morning Ashlyn had her third well-baby visit. She's 90th percentile
in weight and length...I guess that's a good sign that she's growing
nicely. Even though my inner voice keeps whining, "noooooo...stay
small forever!" She also had her second set of immunization shots.
This time, I prepared myself to be strong. I figured that if I didn't
make an owie-face, she might not cry. It sort of worked. She flinched
when the first needle went in, and started to "wind-up" (Ashlyn
has a series of snorts before she actually cries...we call it the "wind-up").
She finally let out a howl by the time the fourth needle came out. I
have to say...she's a lot braver than I am! Her doctor couldn't stop
raving over how sweet and mild mannered she was. Yes, she's my good
lil' girl! *beaming*
Once home, I cleaned up, checked email, uploaded pictures on the computer, and played with Ashlyn. When Aric came home, he said that Ed and Sue wanted to get together for dinner. I swear...since the new year, I have not cooked a single meal!!! I feel guilty for eating out so much. *sigh* Ed needed to pick up something at The North Face in Triangle Square, so we stopped there first. We ate at Pasta Connection. Look at their sign (below). I thought it was too cute!
restaurant is small, cozy, and dimly lit. The decor is very mom-and-pop.
The food is authentic, fresh, and plentiful...and it's not very expensive.
it's not out yet. It had dealer plates on it. Eh...it looked aiight
to me, nothing special. From the front it looks good, but the back is
kinda jacked. But what do I know?! =P
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