Esme's second Halloween was a huge success. She got dressed up in a super cute Lamb costume, she ate lot's and lot's of candy, and she tried her best to figure out why, if she went up to a strangers door and rang the bell they would give her candy. She also saw, for the first time in a while, the stars. Normally we are not outside when it is dark. That is mostly because it is raining and when it's raining it is tough to see the stars. So it was fun to see her look up and say "wow".
Jane was a Bumblebee and Esme was a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow
Esme and I were very lucky to have some visitors for the weekend. Jeff, Katie, Mckenzie, Cameron, and Abby were wonderful house guests. Esme loved to entertain us all and Stanley loved having a little girl to cuddle with.
As is tradition when someone visits we took a trip to downtown Seattle and I realized that this was the first time that Esme had been to the top of the space needle since she was in her tummy mamma's tummy!
Fun was had by all and we can't wait for the next visit!
Esme is a little nervous that a fish might just fly out and get her!
We had to take the picture above to honor the picture below!
This was also Esme's first trip to the falls, she loved it!
On Sunday Esme, and I and most of the Krivanec family participated in the Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk in Bellevue. Paige, Esme and I participated in it last year because the Oncology office that Paige frequented participates in this walk and they invited us to join. It is a pretty vigorous 5K walk through the streets of Bellevue. Here a little video of Esme and Jane getting warmed up for the walk.