Friday, March 13, 2009

Luke - Week Two

This week Luke got to meet his Grandpa and Grandma Eigsti and I think it was love at first sight! They spent the week with us and it was such a huge help - from taking on diaper duty, the night shift when Luke got fussy, and making us meals - we really appreciated it after our first week of not getting much sleep.We're pretty sure Luke is a genius (naturally). ha ha. But he did do some pretty exciting things this week. He's been more alert and was very into his first toy as you can see below. He was trying to bat at it and was so excited when it played music! He's also super strong and can lift his head up high during tummy time. We got a good laugh at him last night because every time Grandma would hold him and sing he would wimper and grunt like he was trying to sing along. When she would stop singing, he would stop. It was hilarious!I was starting to feel a little better toward the end of this week, so we decided to venture out to one of my favorite stores - Target! It was Luke's first shopping outing and this Mommy was excited to get out of the house for a little bit. :)And this is what he did during our shopping adventure. He slept the whole time! Luke loves his daddy!
Who could get tired of this face?
Tomorrow my mom will be flying in and Luke will get to meet his Grandma Nisly! We're looking forward to it!

6 comments:

Tanya said...

Oh my goodness! This baby is just so CUTE! And look at you in jeans and looking so slim and trim! So glad you had a better and got to go shopping.

aconkling said...

Yay for grandparents! I love the pics of Chad's parents with Luke. And Sondra, you look GREAT after giving birth just two weeks ago.
Love from Hutch!
Amy

dana said...

He's adorable! And you look really great!

Anonymous said...

Hey Sondra he is just so cute. Glad you are feeling better! Let me know what weekend you want to come out here and show Luke off to the Bontrager Clan. Love ya emily

Elizabeth said...

Sondra - it's now lie...you look awesome. Luke is adorable! and grandparents are truly lifesavers!

Elizabeth said...

oops, meant to say that "it's NO lie"...