We elevate DD by propping her up on pillows and make sure she has a full cup of water in her room. We will often steam up the bathroom and sit with her in there to help clear up her congestion. We use a humidifier in her room and sometimes I can get her to drink a little bit of decaf herbal tea with honey which helps with the cough a bit.View Thread
Monday - Marinaded chicken, potatoes, and veggies Tuesday - Chicken quesadillas Wednesday - Pizza Hut Thursday - can't remember my menu that far ahead Friday - eating out as we'll be traveling out of townView Thread
I'm sure Sarah must have had her baby. I think she was due in July. I've been lurking on the 3rd tri board waiting for her birth story but haven't seen it yet.
Shae's been to a couple movies in the theater and really enjoyed them. The hardest thing for her to remember is that she can't talk loudly through it like she does with movies at home. She's been the three movies now (Puss in Boots, Madagascar 3, and Ice Age: Continental Drift) and each one has been a blast.View Thread
Hey Jackie! Hope you're doing well. How's life with your two girls? We're adjusting really well to being a family of 4 and it's so fun to have a new baby and a toddler that is always coming up with new and hilarious things to say and do.
Shae has several movies that she is loving right now. Madagascar (we took her to see the third one in the theater and then bought her the first one recently), Puss in Boots, and Hop. She used to love all of the Ice Age movies but is kind of over them. She also really like the old Robin Hood cartoon where Robin Hood is a little fox. She loves acting out various roles from her movies and we're all supposed to be certain characters.View Thread
I have no advice. Shae has only woken up dry once in her life so she's still in pull ups. If it was me though, I'd put him back in pull ups rather than clean up the mess. When he's able, he'll stop peeing and then you can quit using them again.View Thread
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