Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: The Chair


Birth

Six Months

One year

Two years

Two and a half years

Three years

Almost three and a half years

17 comments:

painted maypole said...

what a cool chair, that it has accomodated her for so long!

I have a similar page in my scrapbook with MQ in the bouncy chair (and it all starts out with the cat sleeping in it...)

Becca said...

Most people don't get that kind of mileage out of baby equipment! Great series of pictures. I love how cozy she looks in the first one!

Kyla said...

It is the single BEST baby purchase we made. BubTar is 6 and he uses it for video games, so we have at least a few more years on it!

We call it the Sick Seat, because it is where she resides when she is ill or having an episode (note the waterproof crib mattress and towel in the last photo), but it gets a lot more mileage than that.

motherbumper said...

That chair has served you well, our already moved onto her cousin. And dang, that looks like a comfy one - no wonder she likes it so much.

Mad said...

You certainly got your money's worth.

~aj~ said...

I'd say that was one good investment!

Chaotic Joy said...

That is so cool. And that 6 month baby picture is SO SWEET.

flutter said...

this is so sweet

mamatulip said...

I love how this post coincides with the title of your blog, whether intentional or not. Here, you've chronicled the journey with the chair.

So sweet. I especially love the last picture; she looks so incredibly peaceful.

Magpie said...

so funny, seeing all of those. thanks.

Christine said...

man i love that girl!

Junie's Blog said...

That's been a pretty good investment I'd say.

Colleen said...

Oh my! I wonder if Ana will get that much use out of our papasan chair. Zoe certainly didn't.

sheree said...

what a sweetie. Thank goodness for her chair :)

nomotherearth said...

Wow, you really got use out of that chair! I wanted the Papasan, but someone gave us the Fisher Price one, so that's what we used.

InTheFastLane said...

And what a great way to see the passage of time.

Lisa b said...

wow what would you do without that chair!