Year 2, Day 332

Duck face selfies!  You were a little cranky when you came home today, so I tried to cheer you up.  You’ve had this awful cough and runny nose the last week, and it’s just not going away.   It kills me when you don’t feel well.


Day 361

IMG_3767Such a tired little superhero.   You had a really busy day.  The day started with you making your diaper explode during breakfast… after I was all ready for work… and you got poop everywhere… so you got a bath, again, this morning.  Poop was on the wall, on the floor, in your booster seat, on me, all over you… EVERYWHERE!  You threw up at school and came home in emergency clothes.  You were super tired but we still managed to get a bath at night.  Since your congestion is so bad, we gave you a breathing treatment.  It made you cough a little, but you slept through the night.

Day 233

IMG_2714We’ve decided that you rock the tank tops, buddy.  That’s all we want you to wear now that it’s summer.

Grandma watched you again today, and you did not have an easy day.  You puked all over grandma and pooped on the floor.  Bad Basher!  Not really, but we’re not sure what was making you sick.  I think it might have been your teeth giving you pain and trouble.  But you still slept through the night!

6 Months!

IMG_2155You’re 6 months old today, kiddo! You’re still the happiest boy ever.  In addition to everything from month five, you’ve mastered the following:

  • pull yourself into standing
  • sit supported with your arms
  • you say mama and dada, only kind of on dada
  • more verbal and starting to babble audibly
  • instantly open your mouth for food
  • know what certain images are
  • more flirting, with baby girls and grown women alike

You’ve officially outgrown showering with dad, mainly because dad isn’t strong enough to control you anymore.  You’ve really taken to bath time and love the tub (splashing, of course).  We start your first “My Gym” baby class this weekend (AKA Toddler Crossfit) ; I’m positive that you’re going to be running by the end of the month.  We’ve started you on solids.  You started with stage 1 and now you’re on stage 2.  Mangos are your favorite!  Your allergies are still bad, and you still have a cough and congestion.  The doctor said that it’s not in your lungs, so we don’t have to worry about breathing treatments anymore.