May was a pretty busy month! Tom and I went to the movie theater for the first time in months to see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. While not my favorite Marvel movie, I always enjoying seeing these on the big screen! And all the cameos were really fun. I celebrated my first Mother's Day, which was so special. My cousin and his wife had a baby boy a few months before us, and we were finally able to get together to have the boys meet. It was so cute, and really nice to catch up with my cousin's wife - it's comforting to relate to someone who's going through the exact same things as you! We went to a birthday party for another set of niece and nephew at one of my brother's houses, and Henry got to meet a lot of family members! We were planning to have some of my family over for a Memorial Day barbeque, but a couple days before, my stepmom texted that she tested positive for COVID. Then my sister texted that her husband also tested positive and she was pretty sure she had it, too! Turns out our niece and nephew also had it, so it's possible that someone at the birthday party was sick and maybe didn't know it. It's crazy that they had all avoided it for over 2 years and were now getting it at the same time. Aside from some allergy-like symptoms and fatigue, everyone is mostly doing ok, so we are thankful for that! Only my mom and stepdad ended up coming over for the holiday, but we still had a good time. Tom cooked and my mom and I planted some flowers. Henry turned six months old at the end of the month! I really can't believe it! He started wearing a helmet this month to correct some asymmetry in his head shape and he's been in physical therapy for three months to help with his torticollis (basically, he was always looking to the left, so it caused a flat spot on his head). He's doing really well with it and he's still hitting all his milestones. He hasn't rolled over yet but is getting close (apparently there is a huge age range for rolling over, so I was a little overexcited last month!) and is also working on sitting up by himself. We've introduced a few more foods and so far he has generally enjoyed everything (except the peas).
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