Saturday, April 23, 2011

Trading Places

week two

Moving right along seemed to be the theme of week two.

It was off to a great start with Miller's first Easter egg hunt - and boy, was he good at watching the older kids chase down those eggs... it must have been soothing to the little guy because he saw about 0.3 seconds of the festivities before falling into a deep sleep for the rest of the afternoon.  

He also made his first official appearance in our local Target.  I dare say he doesn't remember much as we ran there mid-nap time, but we did show him the $1 aisle to get him started on learning about frugality. 

Then we hit Thursday.  This time it was the new momma's turn to be sick.  Thursday night brought light-headedness and feverish feelings which apparently were the precursor (God's warning?) to Friday morning's 101.9 degree temperature.  Parenthood apparently gives a sense of urgency so it didn't take more than 5 minutes for yours truly to be on the phone with the doctor and shortly after a quick appointment, antibiotics and Tylenol started working their magic.  Crisis averted. 

Just as fast as week one started, week two was over.  I can already tell this is going to go by way WAY too quickly.  I may or may not have asked Chris a few times how to make sure our little man stops growing and never wants to leave home but gotten less than adequate answers so I guess I'm left to continue soaking it up for as long as I can.


  1. I am so glad that you are feeling better! (you are feeling better, right? Please tell me it was not mastitis. although you don't have to answer that as it is incredibly personal, but I've been there and oh boy, it is not a good time).

    I am sure that Miller was taking notes (while sleeping) on how to hunt for eggs. Next year he'll be giving the big kids a run for their money as he toddles to fill his basket with eggs!

    Time does fly too quickly. If you and Chris figure out a way to stop Miller from growing up, please let me know. I'd like to stop my kids from growing up too. Take care!


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