A couple weekends ago was Enzo’s baptismal, we kept it intimate with only immediate family and his Godparents Angel and Keith. I was looking through the blog to find Cataleya’s baptismal, but realize I wasn’t even blogging yet, so I only have a couple precious photos of her’s <3.
You guys I just couldn’t wait to share with you Enzo’s newborn photos that we got done, it was so hard to pick and chose which ones to share. Corinna is just frigging amazing and talented she did not disappoint! Best investment ever and absolutely wish I got them done with Cataleya.
A month old already and Enzo’s tininess and soft lanugo hair is fading away. It’s so hard to image what life was before we became a family of four.
I wanted to share a few must have items that were essentials for us. There were a ton of items that I felt we could have bought later down the road, but… hey I didn’t know our parenting style 🤷🏻♀️.
In addition to stocking up on those diapers, wipes, and clothes, below are items that popped into my head.
We officially have ✌🏼rear facing car seats installed and it’s so weird! This past weekend Jezriel and I met up with our Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) to double check our install on the new seat and if Cataleya’s convertible seat needed any adjustments.
When Cataleya was first born we bought and returned so many baby monitors, but none worked for us. Even though we constantly found ourselves needing one, we still got stuck eventually not having one 😩. A few issues we had with other monitors was the connectivity, clarity both day, especially the night vision, and poor audio.
Cataleya has been going through some growth spurts and its time to do some shopping. First few things on my list are pajamas so I’ve been stocking up! This time around I really wanted to try to select organic clothing.
Ever since we got these beauties in the mail, Cataleya has been living in them everyday! I’m a huge fan of basic clothes for myself, so its natural I look for them for Cataleya.
Childproofing was so overwhelming to me and didn’t want to get what we didn’t need. I was curious to what other parents did, so I asked and built off of that.