Life has changed. I have to say it is true that your enjoyment and love for your baby does grow. Each stage is so different and I have to admit that I am happy to be out of the newborn stage. Now there is so much more interaction (and sleep), playtime (and sleep), and going out to new places (and sleep). I am finally feeling the Christmas spirit and got our tree up!
Fussy time. We have become creative for dealing with this. We are very lucky that she's not fussy for very long and we can usually figure out what's going on. She is usually fussy in the evenings and after clean diapee, fed, and burped, if she is still fussy, she likes to sit up on the couch and play with daddy.
Or she likes to be Moby wrapped. (this usually makes for a good nap)
Or sometimes she just wants mommy to take the
By the way- did you know they made jeans this small?
Or uggs this small?
Things that are different, things that I love (and never could have before), things that make me happy and proud:
getting the dishwasher half unloaded is good. It's about shaving minutes off the task!
a shower is an immaculate thing. add yummy smelling body wash=a spa experience. really.
baby burps, baby poops, baby spitups make a happy mommy.
the amazing amount of love that makes our little family.
big, gummy baby smiles in the morning after a long night. then I'm not mad anymore.
finishing my cup of coffee. another feat.
miss paisley's daytime naps. they are rare and unpredictable.
|This face is "I'm going to spit my binky out so you |
can put it back in" Over. and over. and over.