I miss Teddy when he is asleep. It’s a weird feeling, missing someone so much when they are only in the room next door. There needs to be a word for that, I bet some cultures have a word that describes it.
I’m fine with this. If it means said place is complying with the ACA instead of trying to get around it by kicking their employees on to the exchanges via cutting hours to part-time, great. Here’s two dimes.
Twenty cents for a bill of over $20. So that employees get health insurance. This is a fucking ADVERTISEMENT for Obamacare.
I will gladly pay an extra twenty cents if it means employees get healthcare coverage. Gladly.
I’m not even American I’m digging this. If you guys don’t want Obama care can you give it to us please?
When your baby is sleeping and you manage to put a sleep bag on him without him waking up.
That’s probably because I NEVER have time. I hate being a working mum.
Anyway I have some breaking news and I’m super excited because we got to see it first - it didn’t happen at daycare yet.
Little Bear just learnt to clap! Yay! I’ve been clapping at him for ages and he finally clapped back!
Other news - not breaking because I’m sure it happened at daycare already. Teddy can walk (while leaning on an object) and shuffle along to another object. He skilfully manoeuvred from the coffee table to the sofa, traversing a 20cm gap. So proud of my little explorer. But most likely he has been doing that kind of stuff all week - ugh, did I mention how much I hate being a working mum?
Homeowner and designer Bill Cook along with architect Michael Faust created Laurel Nest in North Carolina from a mix of architectural styles from across the Appalachian region, as well as from details reminiscent of antique storybook illustrations especially from Grimm’s Fairy Tale.
photo credit: ©Erica George Dines / Atlanta Homes & Styles
Can I please live here?
We are stuck in traffic and Teddy has pooped. What a conundrum.
This is our solution to the worlds most squeaky door handle. CRC didn’t fix it, so we just took it off.
This is what happens when Teddy feeds himself.
My hubbies bromantic friend bought him these shoes.
So, the baby sleep consultant stayed with us from 6pm to 6.30am. She was great! Totally worth the money! She has given us the knowledge and confidence to help Teddy self settle back to sleep during his night wake ups - no more falling asleep on the breast.
She set us up with a schedule. So far it is working really well - and it seems to be working at daycare too.
WE HAVE HAD SOME EPIC SLEEPS! From 6.30pm - 4am. Seriously, those sleeps are the longest I’ve had since before I was pregnant.
The best part is, no CIO. I was worried she would suggest it but she was totally understanding that CIO was not an option for our family.
I’m not saying we are out of the woods yet, but I’m confident we are moving forward.
So far we are doing ok.