She was playing hard-to-get. Unfortunately, Jack wasn't having it and scratched her right in the eye. But later on we caught them snuggling in the church nursery.
Jack also got a chance to chill out with Trenton. These two are still learning to get along at this point. Jack tried to scratch Trenton's face too but Trenton was too quick for him. All my friends in Virginia have little girls so Jack could use a little more practice hanging with the dudes.
One of the best parts about being home is having someone else to share the Jack-duties. There's always a grandparent, G.G., aunt, uncle or cousin willing to entertain, hold, feed, and occasionally change, the baby ... although not everyone does thing exactly the way I do ... (see picture below of Jack after Poppa fed him).
The best part was that the fun didn't end after we left Pennsylvania. Jack and I took Uncle Jared along as our "Manny" to pick Jon up from the Philly airport, and then met up with the rest of the family at our house for my graduation weekend.
Aside from the academic events, we also made time for the beach and celebrating Uncle Jared, Marmie, and Poppa's birthdays as well as Mother's Day at Dockside, my latest favorite restaurant. Actually the last time we went there was when my parents came down to see newborn Jack, then 5 days old.
He definitely doesn't sit this still now. This time, we all had to take turns keeping Jack entertained so we could each have a chance to eat. Isn't it fun watching them grow!