Haha, it's so true. It's so much harder to wake up the occasional night when you are so used to sleeping through them. I'm a complete zombie when she wakes up!
I remember the beginning where I would wake up at the faintest sound she made and would completely alert. Now I have try my hardest just to keep my eyes open and make sure I'm not walking into walls!View Thread
Emery is the same way with diaper changes! Though, I can't blame her. She was diagnosed with DDH and had to be in a body cast (from her nipples to ankles) and now that she is only in a brace, once's she out of the brace (each diaper change) she doesn't want to go back in. She wiggles, rolls, crawls away and I wish I could just let her go.
Nice to see you back, Lori! I had a hard time transitioning to these boards, and still greatly miss the old ones, but I'm getting there, lol.
I don't think he's too young, just make sure you do it so he can be far enough away from them.. and there are kinds you can get that are sure nice to watch, but don't make the big loud noises that most kids are afraid of!View Thread
Haha, Actually, I live in Canada so our prices are a wee bit different!
I wanted a three tiered cake (nothing huge, the bottom tier would have been like 9" around) and the top tier a ladybug that I could remove so DD could make a mess of it. Well, needless to say, we did NOT go that route! I actually ended up getting a slab cake to feed 25, and a seperate ladybug cake for Emery to destroy! lol (this only cost me $50!)View Thread
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