First up is carrots!
So carrots for the next week!
Once things we did discover was that the cat really, really wants to eat baby food. I'm not sure if it's because he wants carrots, or if he's going to want to get into every jar we open. But we had a really hard time keeping him out of the way.
And make silly faces and hands at the little guy.
We also tested out a swing my Aunt Lori gave to my parents. It has a seat and a bed that hook up to it, so this time we tried the seat. The whole thing is pretty large, but it works nice. Its going to take Quinn a little bit to get used to sitting in it, but I think he's definitely going to use it more as he gets older.
Toward the end of the afternoon he started to crash and fall asleep on my dad.
But after about 45 minutes in the car he was awake and ready to go!
I've been having some issues with the Raspberry Pi in Quinn's room, so I spent some time fixing the SD card. The hackintosh I created years ago is still alive and kicking, so I just grabbed that and booted up Ubuntu 10.
In the evening after Quinn went to bed Adam and Comfort came over for the Game of Thrones Finale. Hooray for TV night!
Quinn isn't quite 4 months and already he has a ton of books. My friend Lori and my co-worker Kelli both gave us bunches, plus he's received books as gifts from other relatives and friends. So it was past time that we set up a bookcase for him.
Chris assembled the shelves last night and I organized everything once Quinn went down for a nap. It's hard to organize them by anything other than size and rough age category.
For the next year at least this kid will not want for books. Plus I have several books I intend to read to him that I have put aside.