However, after 5-6 weeks and about 50 meals, she has filled it out quite well!
We made the voyage to Green Bay to watch the game with my family. It was a weekend of many firsts – new state, long car ride (it took 4.5 hours, instead of 3.25 due to needing to stop for Natalie to eat), night away from home (though G&G have the exact same crib as we do at home, which eased the transition), and meeting great grandparents.
Natalie is very lucky to have 4 great grandmas! For any of you who know Grandma Mary (lady on the right), you know that she has a mind of her own. For a bunch of pics, we had trouble getting her to take her eyes off of Natalie long enough to snap a photo. Then, once we finally did, Grandma Jean got sidetracked – as is caught on this photo. Hopefully my dad has a better version of this special picture! We are hoping to get a similar pic of Natalie’s Mammaw and Grandma Vonda on the other side of the fam.
Although we knew our family would love Natalie, its been amazing to watch how much joy she brings everyone…. and how she can convince anyone to play with her.
We watched the game at my sister Becky’s house. As you can see, Natalie was quite upset at half time – the Pack seemed to be losing momentum. (Though, doesn’t she look great in that adorable jersey – thanks Patty!!!!)
Yet, thankfully, the Pack came back! Now, our Green Bay family is rooting for the Pack to go to the Super Bowl in 2012 – in Indy!