Henry would like everyone to know that he has gone through
eight nine diapers and three four outfits since midnight. <— In the time it took to write this post, he required another costume change.
On the other hand, I am still in my pajamas, haven’t showered, and haven’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. <—Great to hear about nice, not evil, bosses!
Question of the Day…
I’m hoping you all can help the Husband and me out… I didn’t know this before having Henry, but apparently, many doctors don’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 it’s incredibly hot here in Charlotte (92 yesterday!). In fact, it’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. We’ve watched a million movies in the last week, but we’d like to do something a little more intellectually stimulating when Henry is sleeping. Any house-bound activity suggestions? I’m thinking a 1,000 piece puzzle! Any help is greatly appreciated.