Henry would like everyone to know that he has gone through
eight nine diapers and three four outfits since midnight. <â€” In the time it took to write this post, he required another costume change.
On the other hand, I am still in my pajamas, havenâ€™t showered, and havenâ€™t brushed my teeth. I think this is called Mommyhood.
Breakfast for the adults:
Eggs, toast, and fruit.
With a little spot of tea.
Three Years of Beautiful Winners
Liz, who admires her aunt.
Seema, who admires her boss.
Aimee, who also admires her boss. <â€”Great to hear about nice, not evil, bosses!
Question of the Dayâ€¦
Iâ€™m hoping you all can help the Husband and me outâ€¦ I didnâ€™t know this before having Henry, but apparently, many doctors donâ€™t recommend taking a newborn out to enclosed public places like restaurants, the grocery store, or the mall because their immune system is so new. I know people choose to do it all the time, but our pediatrician recommended really limiting such outings for a few weeks. We could go to outdoor restaurants, but itâ€™s incredibly hot here in Charlotte (92 yesterday!). In fact, itâ€™s so hot that even walks or trips to the park are limited to the early morning or late evening.
As a result, the Husband and I are both going a little stir-crazy. Weâ€™ve watched a million movies in the last week, but weâ€™d like to do something a little more intellectually stimulating when Henry is sleeping. Any house-bound activity suggestions? Iâ€™m thinking a 1,000 piece puzzle! Any help is greatly appreciated.