Friday, July 15, 2011


I thought that by leaving super early this morning for a walk I would avoid that awful sun that makes its 100+ degrees in FW. (Which for the record, I must apologize to my Houston friends for always complaining about the humidity in Houston. While there is much humidity, there is also cloud cover, as well as a breeze...not the case for funky town. Here its just still- but I digress) So it wasn't super hot, but I ended up still with a problem with the sun. I was so excited to be home, in our sweet neighborhood I just went. Walked for awhile before I thought that maybe I should turn around b/c Hazel's morning nap was coming soon. As I turned around the sun was directly in my baby's eyes. Now I know most babies are shy about the sun, but I think Hazel is a little more sensitive about it. So instead of torturing her I turned around so the sun would be at my back. Only I didn't have any other options for routes home without the sun being in her eyes. So my only option was to walk backwards and that's what we did. For a mile. Pulling a stroller. Luckily we made it home with only a few weird glances....

my tired and now hot baby

and this one just cause I thought it was precious.

BTW we do have clothes for our child, this is just her its too hot for cotton look :)


  1. I think this is hilarious. I almost did the same thing. Then realized we have a hood thing on the stroller that moves down. Once we figured that out it was genius. We use it all the time to block the sun. It also promotes a cat nap during the walk. :)

  2. I just read that you were a speech therapist. My little boy, now 6! had speech problems due to constant ear infections! Anyway I just wanted to say that I am so grateful for people in your title, he is perfect now and it's all because of the patient help from his therapists. You deserve a high five! All my love xoxo.


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