Monday, May 31, 2010
Friday, May 28, 2010
Noah did pretty well with the traveling and all the sightseeing, only getting impatient with us when he was really tired. It's funny how adaptable he is in terms of visiting new places and enjoying the changes but how totally unadaptable (is that a word?) he is about sleeping well enough in any place unfamiliar. But I guess he has been that way all along.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Have a great weekend everyone; it's off to Washington, DC for the Barclays!
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Mother's Day was very nice. Jeremy let me sleep in and made his famous fried chicken for lunch! I seem to have made a Mother's Day tradition out of requesting he make that for me. He and Noah got a sweet card for me, plus a purse from one of our local shops that I have been eyeing since we moved here. And a pretty necklace. Mother's Day is a nice deal! I even had fun shopping for pottery for our moms from our local downtown shops one day.
Friday, May 14, 2010
*Special thanks to Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean for inspiring the comedic material for this post.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Between the biting, temper tantrums, whining, illnesses, and terrible naps as of late, this mom is a little short on patience and needs a vacation! Here is a reminder that he really does have his cute moments.
Friday, May 7, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
In other news, we are officially bottle-free as of last week! I was a little sentimental about giving him the last one but he has not seemed to miss it at all. We are pretty lucky with him in that regard; he does not really attach to objects. He has toys that are his favorites, will always take a pacifier if offered, but does not get upset if we take things away. In fact, Noah loves to take out his paci when I tell him, "Throw it back!" and toss it into his crib. (We only use pacifiers for sleeptime now.) I have three rubber spout cups that he uses, two different kinds now. Progress!
We tend to be seriously lazy on our weekends at home, mostly laying on the couch and watching TV or taking naps while Noah naps. I think we're both drained after the work week. I am determined to get more energy and get more done! The weeding that needs to be done is outrageous. Of course, Jeremy has to work late every night this week, so more energy may not happen yet!
Have a great one!