Saturday, December 30, 2006
Thursday, December 28, 2006
Tuesday, December 26, 2006
Friday, December 22, 2006
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Anyway, the squeaker was up all night eating, and the little man was up all night coughing. It is now 6:30 am and we are all up for the day (not really liking this, however) and since the little man still has a fever, we are headed to the doctor. :( fun times all around. I am not sure how well I do on 3 hours sleep... guess we'll find out. I wish it was my birthday, then i could blow out my candles and wish for 2 sets of arms and an extra lap.
Tuesday, December 12, 2006
What you don't see is that all the ornaments were placed on one of 3 branches. We don't win any awards for symmetry this year. :) This was like 45 min of entertainment, right here. Of course, it has since been several hours of entertainment of Mommy explaining that we look at the pretty decorations and ornaments but we can't take them off until after Santa Claus comes on Christmas. I am not sure if he just enjoys hearing this over and over, or if he is being 2, but it gets less entertaining each time. :)
Monday, December 11, 2006
The Squeaker is doing great. We had some feeding issues a couple weeks ago that went away like magic one day - and for fear that I would jinx myself, I haven't commented on the turnaround. But, we had a couple bad days this weekend and we are back to normal now -- which includes sleeping like 6 hours (or more) at night. :) He is apparently growing, however, and we are eating every 2 hours during the day. that really limits productivity around our house!
Time to change diapers, I guess.
Thursday, December 07, 2006
Monday, December 04, 2006
Our oldest, the Little Man, decided to wake up every couple hours (he is worse than an infant) crying for his paci. Now, granted he is 2 and still requires our assistance for most things, I feel that he is capable of looking around in his bed for his paci if it falls out... it is usually sitting right next to him! After the 5th time getting up with him, I had decided that the paci was more of a hinderance than a help at this point. (yah, i know, i am smart, i have an advanced degree so that i can figure these things out.) The Little man has been super cranky for a week and a half, but shows no symptoms of being sick. I did feel a molar coming in, so i have been giving him tylenol periodically and assuming it is teething. I figured, if he is miserable anyway, and we are tired anyway, and we are getting up repeatedly anyway, why not... GET RID OF THE PACI?!?!
If we were smart parents, we would have done this long ago, but seeing as how we are not, and the advance degree didn't cover pacifier use, we didn't. Tonight was the first night. We have been talking about getting rid of them for a while (like a month) - "One day, we are going to get rid of those pacis and you will get to sleep in your big boy bed without them!" All these comments were taken in without protest. Tonight during dinner, we had the same discussion and talked about throwing them in the trash and maybe using something else to replace it - like another blanket. The Little Man thought it was a great idea. So, after his bath and jammies, he climbed in bed grabbed his paci and sucked on it all the way to the trash, where he didn't need any coaxing to take it out and place it in. On the way back to his room, we talked about how the trash man would come in the morning and the pacis would be gone, but that it was okay, cuz he was a big boy. this was greated with, "yah, i a big boy". We went into his Little Brother's room and stole one of those animal head loveys to take to bed instead. He got into bed and was quiet for like 20 min - we thought we were home free. After about 30-45 min of crying and needing extra hugs and time with mommy, he has been quiet for like an hour! I think we are good! woo hoo, the paci is GONE! and the trash man is coming tomorrow morning and we can't get the pacis out of the trash. Mommy and Daddy won't be tempted either. Baby brother has pacis, however, so that might be a future challenge... we'll see. :)
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Monday, November 27, 2006
Yesterday was such a good day. We went to church, the park (the best park we have been to so far - dinosaur park), out to lunch, and to the pool. The Little Man got his nap and to bed on time and the Squeaker had his 6+ square meals a day. It was great! And to top it all off, the weather was beautiful!
Today, on the otherhand, has been the exact opposite. We haven't left the house (and it is 1:30 in the afternoon) and there are about 10 things I want or need to do: get the little man a haircut, got to target, go to the grocery store, go to the gym, try a brand new park near our house, clean and decorate for the holidays, laundry.... okay, that is 7, but I am sure there are 3 more things I could come up with if given a moment or two. Anyway, by the time we were up and at 'um this am, we only had an hour before the Squeaker had to eat again, and that would have been difficult to do with the Little Man in tow during errands/playing... so we stayed home. and, it is now naptime and at least I can work on laundry and decorating so the day isn't a complete wash.
Friday, November 24, 2006
He likes his swing most of the time. So far, the Squeaker has spent more time in it than his brother did. Good thing we kept it around for 2 years!
Watching comedy central with Uncle Brad.
He looks so peaceful! I wish he was this peaceful last night. Now Uncle Brad is confident he doesn't want to have kids any time soon.
Please, please, no more pictures...!!!!
Sunday, November 19, 2006
Here's a couple pics of Daddy test driving the Moby wrap:
Thursday, November 16, 2006
Born at 6 lbs 14 oz
left the hospital at 6 lbs 4 oz
7 lbs 4 oz at 2 week visit
at 4 weeks (and 3 days before his due date) -- drum roll, please... 9 lbs 15 oz!!!! Wow, I am so impressed! Way to go, little Squeaker!
*Daddy and Squeaker are watching Thursday night college football and someone just scored a touchdown.
Monday, November 13, 2006
Well, the Squeaker has officially joined the world of the awake. He is up a couple times a day for an hour or two -- just long enough to soak in the constant ramblings of his brother, sports commentary of his father, and the oos and ahhs from his mother. :) I also should tell you that even when the squeaker is asleep, he still gets these precious gifts, along with a boat load of kisses, especially from his brother.
We have enjoyed every day of his early arrival. My due date has still not arrived, so we consider these past 3 weeks as sort of a breaking in period for us all. We are waiting for the real craziness to present itself - it is bound to happen any day. For the moment, Squeaker is content being shuttled into and out of the car as we keep ourselves from getting stir crazy inside the house, and when we aren't on the go, he enjoys his cozy perch on mommy's chest. I forgot just how wonderful it is to hold a sleeping baby. They are so perfect!
Anyway, the last day and a half have been a little more unpleasant for our dear squeaker. he has had a mild case of reflux since birth, but yesterday he just had a hard time getting comfortable. we probably had more crying yesterday and last night than the previous 3 weeks put together (which really isn't much as he only cries when he gets his diaper changed -- and I am QUICK!) To continue, last night was by far the worst, and instead of typing this message, i should be finding something to do today to prevent me from falling asleep so my boys don't have to fend for themselves all day. The Squeaker at just before i went to bed (like usual) then woke up after 2 hours (unusual) to eat. So, I fed him, burped him, and 2 hours of awake time later, handed him off to daddy to see if his magic touch could soothe his stomach. Then, instead of sleeping, i listened to him fuss and whine for another 30 minutes before he was back in my arms to eat again... he barely ate and fell asleep (obviously needed mommy to insert her pacifier instead of that plastic one daddy had). This was great, however, Squeaker decided he didn't want to be transfered to his bassinette, so he slept in my arms for about and hour and a half until daddy woke up and said, 'want to try to put him down in his bed now'. being the dumb mommy that i am, i agreed and wha-la.. he was up and ravenous! so, after eating, burping and successfully transferring to his bed, his older brother's light came on and this is where we are right now! fun night! i hope we have more of these so i can remember that having babies is not fun all the time. :)
The Little Man is making some great 'two year old' developments. He somehow manages to remember to say "NO" after each question or request directed at him, even if he really wants to say yes. For example:
Daddy: "Here is some lasagne"
Little Man: "NO"
Little Man: "more lasagne" (oh, and he eats it, actually, the whole plateful goes this way)
He is learning how to use his imagination and getting quite creative all around. For example, this ensemble is a combination of Mr. Potato Head glasses, a hat that is too small, a football, and a packing envelope (being used as a glove). - he is getting his sports mixed up, but it is a valiant effort! :) I think the makers of Mr. Potato Head (also known in our house as Mr. Tomato) need to make the glasses a tad bigger, as apparently my son is not the only one who thinks they should fit him.
Also, he is learning when we are the most tired and cranky and turning on the trouble-making switch at that time, without fail. So far, we (mommy and daddy) have managed to keep our cool and continue with our activities without leaving the little man tied up outside for more than a few hours a day (kidding, of course). I can see that today is going to be a challenge, however (see second post of the day).
After the Little Man's exciting trip to the air and space museum at Dulles, we decided to venture into DC to see the original air and space museum as well as the National Building Musuem. What a fun morning! It was our last change to head into town before the blast of cold air hit us for good. It was like mid-70s that morning and it was FANTASTIC!!! We wish we could have stayed longer, but visiting museums with a 2yo who needs a nap isn't all it is cracked up to be. :)
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
The Little Man was sick over the weekened, but is now 'well', and we hope that his germs didn't get passed along to other members of the family. At the time, I was thinking that this was not so fun, especially given the mood that accompanied the illness - but now I am glad it happened when it did - when Ga-mommy was here. Now, no more illnesses allowed, no more crankiness, no more doctor visits until Mommy is able to manage by herself with her ducklings in tow. :)
Friday, November 03, 2006
"Oh, look at that airplane"
"Lots and lots of airplanes"
"Oh, wow, a hecapoter" (helicopter, for those not fluent in 2 year old)
At times, he couldn't even finish a thought before he would interrupt himself with more oh wows and oh boys... He walked around in a daze, unable to take his eyes from the amazing scene before him. It was AWESOME!!!!! I think his pointer finger must be tired from all that pointing. :) If the darn place didn't cost $12 to park, we'd be there every day this winter! The Squeaker even stayed awake for the trip - which is amazing, in and of itself! Yah for airplanes!
Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Halloween was much different this year - The Little Man actually "got it". He figured out the whole knock on the door and get candy idea after just one house. I suppose you could say it was after the second house, because we practiced at our house - a dress rehearsal, if you will. :) Anyway, it was not difficult to get him home after hitting all the houses on our street, we just bribed him with candy. :) Amazingly enough, his eyes matched those of his little brother shortly after his head hit the pillow. Let's hope that it lasts all night... or at least until the sun comes up. We are still working on the time change, we can't do sugar-highs too!
Monday, October 30, 2006
Yesterday, we had some friends and family over to celebrate the Little Man's big day (a couple days early). He was so excited and totally got into the present thing. *Boy, Christmas is going to be sooooooo fun.* oh, except for the fact that he now really doesn't need any toys! When all the guests arrived, the Little Man could hardly contain himself - he wanted to jump right into his chair so that we could sing "Happy Birthday" and he could blow out the candle. I wish I could bottle up this excitement for birthdays and use it for my own. :) Adorable.
Thursday, October 26, 2006
I am finding myself a bit overwhelmed at how much friendship has helped me in life... especially given recent circumstances... and have decided that I am adding that to the list of things that I will emphasize while raising our children. I had in my head that there were some important things in life to pass on to our kids: love, happiness, integrity, education, etc... and now added to that list is nurturing personal relationships. I admit that at times it is difficult to maintain friendships, but in the end, it is SOOOO worth it.
The Little Man has a wonderful friend, one that we see on a regular basis (meaning several times a week) and he adores her. I have never seen him more excited about seeing another child -- you would think he would be sick of seeing her as often as we are together -- but no, it is always exciting. He came home from his gym class today and told me that he climbed the ladder, jumped down and "Ee-ee" was there... "Ee-ee" is what he calls his friend, and this is the name she uses for herself as well. Of all the things they did in the hour, the most important things to relay to mommy were climbing, jumping and Ee-ee. I hope that his friends always rank up there in the top three.
Monday, October 23, 2006
Friday, October 20, 2006
Of course, you know how this ends - Surprise! Wednesday morning, I started having contractions... but thought nothing of it since it was a whole MONTH before I was due. So, I started some laundry and finished tidying up the house. Then decided I had better start timing the contractions. Whadaya know, 4 min apart and getting stronger. Called the doc to 'reschedule' my regular appt to earlier in the day, and sure enough, I never came home. The "Squeaker" - well, that nickname may change, but he sure does squeak a lot- was happily welcomed into the world Wednesday evening via a successful VBAC and we are now home! The Little Man loves his baby brother and checks on him quite frequently. So far so good, but I am sure now I will have a bunch of fodor for blogging. :)
Sunday, October 15, 2006
Saturday, October 14, 2006
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Monday, October 09, 2006
"Mommy! Mommy, No talk a Daddy. ----'s turn!" Following this statement, he directed his attention to Daddy to discuss the building of the next tower... "like this, and this", he says. :) I just got a 'shut-up' from my son! If it weren't such an amazing thing to me that he could be smart enough to plan ahead that I needed to stop talking before Daddy would pay attention to him, I would be so sad.
Friday, October 06, 2006
We really have to be careful with what we do and say, because the Little Man imitates most anything... Like how mommy was sitting on the couch.
Better watch what you say when driving. Luckily my favorite is growling at other drivers when the cut me off or do something stupid. And, the Little Man has picked up on this... so much so that he will growl when I am breaking hard while driving - apparently that is when i growl most. :)
He is such a big boy - I took him to the barber, where he usually sits on my lap. However, my lap is diminishing and I know he is going to have to do it on his own eventually, so why not start now... so we did. After a couple initial protests of, "Mommy, sit too", he sat there the whole time the barber trimmed his hair. And to top it off, at the end, tells the barber, "Thank you, Man." SOOOOOOOO cute!
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
We are off to have a beautiful day in the sunshine (it is supposed to be mid-80s today) before it gets cold (supposed to be low 60s tomorrow) and hope that my patience is plentiful. Lucky for me, Daddy took care of the breakfast battle -- now tell me, why is it more fun to dump your cereal rather than eat it??? especially if it is fruity cheerios????
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Don't get me wrong, he is still as cute and adorable as can be, and his language development is amazing us each and every day... but, Mommy needs a break. Yeah for naptime. I am off to put my feet up and maybe doze for a while.
Thursday, September 28, 2006
which was going to be titled - My favorite room in the house - but alas, one long night later, title has changed. :(
Here is what was going to be included in the original post:
Now, for the new post --
Although the Little Man went to sleep on his own last night beautifully, around midnight he awoke with a start! The only explanation I have is that he had a bad dream. Which makes me wonder how a child this young could have a bad dream, or what this bad dream could be about -- a lost pacifier, I can't find mommy...? Regardless, he awoke. After a bit of a cuddle and he had calmed down, we talked about tractors, lawnmowers and edgers, elmo and playing with his friends... he went back to bed and appeared to be heading back to slumberland. About 15 minutes later, a major emergency must have occured down the road -- about 5 mintues of very loud sirens and horns sounded. This was followed by our own little siren, unhappy about being startled out of his state of half-awakeness. Once that was resolved, he went back to bed, a little more awake than before, but appeared to be happy to return to sleep... Then, a neighbor must have returned from a late night job... slamming doors and bright lights in the window... aughhhh.... he was wide awake. It took us about 3 hours to get him back to sleep. He did not think he should have to go back to bed, apparently.
Our streak was broken! :( I hope that we are able to return to our happy little sleeper ASAP! Mommy is TIRED! :)
Sunday, September 24, 2006
Second decision - since we are staying here for a little while, we needed to reorganize to fit another being in this house. So, the Little Man upgraded from crib mattress on the floor to big boy (twin) bed. After his room is reorganized, I'll post a picture. Then, we moved the office out of the office and into the living room... making room for a nursery. So, the craft/office/guest room no longer exists... it is now a nursery or sorts. We'll wait for a crib until after we have visitors (like grandma for 2 weeks in late Nov/early Dec).
Now, our big decisions include which computer armoire we can afford that looks halfway decent in our living room... although, most anything will be an improvement from a computer on a table with junk piled on it! Oh boy....
That is it for changes, sorta... The Little Man is undergoing some major sleep changes... just when we had him on a decent schedule!!!!!... Now that he has his big boy bed, we have yet to put him down and find him asleep in under 2 hours. He has kept himself up by climbing in and out, in and out, in and out. The funny thing is, he was able to do that before (as his mattress was on the floor) but this must be WAY cooler... he didn't go to bed until almost 10pm last night. We aren't sure he is even asleep now for his nap -- 1.5 hours later. Aughhhhhh....
Once he gets into a good routine, that is when baby arrives... bad timing all around.
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Having guests visit is fun... we have been so busy. We have been to Georgetown and Bluemont... crafting and resting. So much fun! The Little Man sure has a hard time figuring out how to play with a 11 month old. He has tried tackling her, sitting on her lap, and stealing her toys. None have worked. We'll try more techniques later, i am sure. We have been using our double stroller and it has been SO AWESOME! What a good purchase. We consolidated from 2 strollers (lightweight/everyday and jogging) to one (phil and teds). Both kids love it, and our friend Biscuit has found it a comfy place for a nap on several occasions...
The little man, however, no such luck. He has not slept in it and thus naptime is a bit scattered. We have been lucky in that he has been using our "Light On" alarm clock soooo wonderfully. We have pushed it back to 7:20am and are amazed at how unstressful this transition was. He has taken to it without a problem! Knock on wood, i hope this continues!
Thursday, September 14, 2006
We are back to full health, finally, and our normal routine. Our friends are here visiting from Sacramento, CA - Mommy's dear friend and her almost 1 year old! I can't believe how time flies! It has been a while since we've seen them, so it is quiet exciting. We have a myriad of activities in mind, but who knows what we'll actually accomplish on this visit.
As for the house, the market is sill horrible and we are down to the wire -- after this weekend, we can not logistically move before #2's arrival... so, moving plans on hold and baby plans initiated. Since we have most everything from the Little Man, basically we just need diapers, right? I sure hope so!
Monday, September 11, 2006
The Little Man is an expert camper, and although he didn't sleep well Friday night (due to mommy forgetting to provide his allergy medicine at the regularly appointed times) he recovered well and made us all proud. We had a WONDERFUL time and can't wait to do it again... although it probably won't be until baby #2 arrives and is sleeping through the night.
On our way home, we made a quick detour to Luray Caverns -- It was amazing! Glad we were able to check some sights of our "Things we want to do" list!
Friday, September 08, 2006
Now, we are going camping tonight and that will change things, I am sure, but I am hoping he is tired enough to zonk out each night without trouble. I, on the other hand, will still be waking up at night to use the restroom... and I sincerely hope that I am able to do so without waking Daddy or the Little Man. Or, I could just not drink anything all weekend. :)
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
Last night, we had just 2 wakeups (of the first kind). The first was an easy fix, Daddy went in and calmed and he went back to sleep in an instant. The second was a little more distressing... it woke up both mommy and daddy. Daddy went in, as usual, and calmed, but that was a momentary fix - the crying persisted and woke mommy. So, mommy got some tylenol and went to help calm. When I lifted him up, he was SOAKED. he has never been so wet in teh whole 22 mos of his life... well, aside from swimming or pouring his beverage on himself. So, a 5:30 wardrobe change and Mommy and Daddy crossed our fingers that it would not be another miserable morning. At 6 he came into the room -- we sent him back, explaining the whole 'light on = wake up' theory and hoped for the best. At 7:30, we woke up to a still sleeping little boy!!!! YEAH! For the first time in MONTHS, he has slept until 8... aside for the wakeups. We are thrilled.
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Monday, September 04, 2006
Well, we'll hope for a tolerable day of doing nothing this Labor Day, try for 2 naps to catch up on sleep, and try again tonight.
Sunday, September 03, 2006
That is... until next weekend, when we attempt to go camping again. Cross your fingers for good weather.
Saturday, September 02, 2006
Light timer update - The Little Man went to bed without a hitch, and woke up at 6:30 -- came into our room with all of his personal belongings, ready to start the day. I would be jumping up and down right now, were it not for the fact that I am extremely tired from waking up at midnight, 1am, and 2am. I am not sure why, but I am guessing he still needs some reassurance and comfort with this transition. At midnight, the Little Man toddled into our room, with his blanket, pillow, and paci... He placed his pillow next to our bed on the floor and told us quite firmly, "Nigh-Night, pillow, mommy's room, floor". And he laid down on his pillow on the floor next to our bed, on his pillow. SO CUTE, but still, not okay. :) So, I put him back in bed. Daddy put him back in bed at 1 (with a little crying), and at 2, the Little Man woke up in tears (for the first time) just laying in his bed. I went in and lay next to him, he put his arm around me and said, "mommy, ohhh, mommy" and was happy as a clam and fell asleep. When I was sure he was out, I climbed out (quite ungracefully, if that is a word) and resumed my slumber next door. I would like to say we are making progress, but we'll have to see tomorrow!
Friday, September 01, 2006
Nothing has turned into - Let's get the Little Man sleeping better in the morning. Last night was the first night using the light timing method. We set it for "6:30am". He, luckily slept until 6, which is much better than 5:30. But, we still had to put him in bed twice and have discussions about the light turning on. At 6:18 (because the timer is very hard to set), the light came on and he came trotting in our room with a, "Get Up!". It wasn't so much an exclamation as it was a demand. The light came on, so now we all have to be up. I can see that once he gets the hang of this, there will be no more sleeping in. :) but, i suppose, once he gets good at this, maybe we can push the time back to 10am???
Wednesday, August 30, 2006
After 2 weeks, I have decided that I am way to exhasted to deal with this anymore. I have accumulated many bits of advice on the matter -- what has worked and what has not -- and this is what I have come up with:
1. As a temporary fix, put the Little Man in his pack-n-play to sleep so that you can be rested enough to deal with the early morning wakeups.
2. Use an alarm clock, so that he can't get up until it goes off.
3. Set a light timer on his lamp so that when the light goes on, he can get up.
Here is our progress:
1. He can climb in and out of his pack-n-play on his own... surprise!
2. I don't want him to wake up to an alarm clock... if the kid is going to sleep, let him sleep!
3. Haven't found our light timer yet. We plan to implement #3 upon our return from camping, or tonight if he takes short nap.
So, after being exhausted, I complained to all the moms in playgroup yesterday and said I had had enough... what do you know, the little booger slept for 3 hours for his nap and then 10 hours last night!!!!! My take home message on the subject: Complaining is worth it!!!!
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
My husband's only requirement was that it wasn't double-wide, mine was that it wasn't double-long... so, stackable was the only option left. So, if I want that money tree... I have decided that I need to invent a more cost effective option to the double stroller dilemma that I am sure I am not the only one to face.
Tuesday, August 22, 2006
I should not be awake right now, really, even though it is a normal time to be awake (7:30am)... the Little Man decided that for some reason, he wanted to be up practically ALL NIGHT LONG! I didn't hear him until about 2am, but apparently he was up 3 times before that. And, if it was anything like the rest of the night/morning/whatever, he was up every 30 min before that. 30 minutes is just the right amount of time to get back in bed, snuggle in with your 5 pillows (because you are pregnant), close your eyes, think about something nice, and doze off to slumberland. Then, BOOM, a quite little... 'Good Morning, Mommy'... is heard in the back of your mind. It is true, he is up again... 30 minutes later. We did this until 4:30 -- so that makes... 9 times in a row???... not right.
Let me just note that there was no fever, no crying, no complaints of pain or suffering, etc... he was AWAKE! At 4:30, just to make myself feel better, I gave the Little Man some tylenol and water, changed his diaper, and placed him back in bed. I got into bed with him (which is not recommended, I am sure -crib mattress+pregnant mommy) until he started to pick my nose and pull my hairs out one at a time. -- still awake, apparently). Then I told him I would sleep next to the bed (also not so good, quite uncomfortable, especially when you need 5 pillows to fall asleep). I figured, at least he would be in bed and maybe Daddy could get some sleep for more than 20 minutes straight. So, an hour later, and 3 attempts to get up and out of the Little Man's room without him noticing, we did it. He appeared to be asleep, and I got 1 1/2 hours of blissful slumber -- until Daddy started snoring quite loudly.
I can't complain about the snoring, because one of my wonderful 9 month traits is that I snore pretty loud and often, but I can complain about the injustice of this all.
- I do not have a newborn yet, I should be sleeping through the night.
- The Little Man is not a newborn, he should be sleeping through the night.
- When I do fall asleep, I get awoken by the almost newborn kicking things that should not be kicked, I am pretty sure.
- I have been craving lemonade and it is not caffienated.
- Coffee is caffienated, but I am not drinking coffee while pregnant, even though I have been craving coffee, too -- so wrong!
Well, I had better go make breakfast -- we are having eggs since I apparently bought 2 doz eggs at whole foods, and 2 doz eggs came with my safeway.com order about 4 hours later (because I guess I thought I wouldn't make it to Whole Foods???).
I do not drink coffee, and really, really want to.
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Anyhow, I would do it again, for sure, but try to get an earlier movie time, if possible. This picture was taken during the credits... still eating popcorn.
Sunday, August 13, 2006
Saturday, August 12, 2006
month 1 month 2 month 3 month 4 month 5 month 6
The picture below is of the same point in my pregnancy with the Little Man as the last picture above... I haven't measured my belly this time around, and honestly, I am a little afraid to! :)
month 6 (2 years ago)