I had an awesome Sunday with Bean. Bean has been bugging me for months now to take her to the park. Often it has been too cold, raining, snowing, or after dark (since I don't get home 'till 7pm). But yesterday, I agreed to take her on the way to pick up groceries. Bug didn't want to shop so she stayed home with A. Bean also wanted to play with my remote control truck so we brought that as well. We had a great time walking along the trails with Bean chasing the truck and choosing the direction to go. She got to play a little on the swing and slide as well. It felt great. Bug was a little jealous and upset when we got back but I promised to make it up to her and take only her next time. A told me Bug is getting a little jealous because I play more physically with Bean. But I don't do it on purpose or to exclude Bug. Bean is constantly at my side, leaning on my leg. Bug is super imaginative and can play with herself or with others and does. She gets caught up in her own world of games and has a great time. But Bean gets bored and comes to look for daddy. And she loves to be picked up and held. And she is such a tiny adorable thing that I can't help but hold her and swing her around. But I swear, I try to give the same time to Bug. In fact last night after putting Bean to bed, Bug and I wrestled and rolled around. So I just need to be conscious of my little one's feelings. Bug knows I love her more than anything in this world, but that doesn't mean she won't get jealous from time to time.