I can always unframe it…

Daddy R and I were watching The Office the other day…the one where Pam is pregnant and crying while watching dog commercials…and I said something along the lines of at least I wasn’t like that when I was pregnant and Daddy R said yes you were just like that.  He said while I wasn’t super emotional and crying at work I was at times unreasonable.  I, of course, have no recollection of ever being unreasonable!That got us talking about our different perspectives about the pregnancy read more

List-mania – Part 5 – Diapers

Since we just talked about diaper surprises I thought I would write about what you need to change your baby…diapers are really only the beginning!1. Change TableFirst up, a changing table.  You don’t actually need the whole table as you can really change your baby anywhere.  One of my friends, Mommy C, has a changing pad and a basket full of diapers and wipes and other goodies and she just changes her baby on the bed or on the table or on the floor.  We are talking about pee and poo read more

The Four Month Mark

I absolutely cannot believe that Baby C is almost five months old.  How did that happen?  In another five  months he will be ten months…that is almost a year old!  I will be the mother of a one year old!Anyway, now that we are almost at the end of four months I can say that the fourth month is a huge month.  It seems like the baby we had at the beginning of the fourth month is completely different from the baby we have at the end of the fourth month.At the beginning read more

Diaper Surprises

I was just talking to my sister…she doesn’t have any children yet…and she said that she was bored by the breastfeeding talk and wanted a post about something exciting…like poo! So Auntie D, this one is for you!While Baby C’s poos amaze me on a daily basis…how can something that little produce so much poo…there have been two times that I have been truly shocked and awed.The first time was when Baby C was just a few weeks old. I had him up on the changing table and was in the middle read more

List-mania – Part 4 – All Things Boobs

I found the first three or so weeks of breastfeeding to be bit challenging…and based on talking to other moms I think I was one of the lucky ones. You think to yourself, you have these boobs, you have a baby…surely they will just go together like ramma lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong. WRONG. Breastfeeding is a skill. And it is all about the latch. As you might have gathered I tend towards being uber prepared so before Baby C was born I spent hours reading about breastfeeding, looking at read more