Look at them rolls...beautiful.
I walked in the room once to find your brother swiffering you.
- Foods you've tried: rice cereal (to which we said adios), oatmeal, green beans and peas.
- Foods you will let me feed you without rubbing your eyes (the sign for get me outta this chair, woman!): oatmeal. You read right. You hate anything green. Except for Kermit.
- On deck: carrots
- You love to eat paper.
- I think you have pica.
- You had a rash in one of your leg rolls this month. I'm so sorry. I try to stay on top of making sure your nooks and crannies are clean, but your rolls are-a-plenty. Don't you go getting a complex -- they are adorable.
- You finally have a high chair. Lame parenting moment #2,246. We had a high chair that we used with your brother, but it fell down on the basement floor this last summer and started growing mold colonies from all the dampness in our (at the time) air conditionerless basement, and I was all, mold colonies, you have to start paying rent for how many of you there are, and they were all like, deuces, woman. So we parted ways, and the good boys of Emmons sanitation took them...it away. So, I was using your bumbo as a temporary high chair, which was not conducive for easy meal times.
- The vacuum cleaner scares the tuna salad out of you (that's one of your brother's favorite sayings right now--it's from one of his favorite books), which was my cue to stop vacuuming; I aim to please.
- Bedtime is a little rough still. We'll get there.
- You have a clear tell for when you're tired and it's ADORABLE. You scrunch up your eyes and rub your ears. At first, I thought you had this perpetual ear infection that only bothered you around certain times that seemed to coincide with your nap times, but then I figured it out. Can't get much past your mom. She went to college...a college that turns no one away, but she went...so...
- You're about to go on your first real trip. We're heading out to Boston for your Uncle Adam's wedding. Two seven hour days in the car with you and your brother...I tear up just thinking about it.
- Early on when you would get up from naps or for the day, I would say, "Hey, boooo. Did you have a good nap?" Now, your brother says it. He gets all up in yo bizness and says "Hey, boooo...did you have a good nap." Even if you've been up for a couple hours. Love it.
- Finally, you are loved. By so many people. Even weirdos in Target who won't leave you alone until you smile at them.
Those are balloons behind you. Not an elaborate costume I made you wear.
Happy 7 months, boo! Love you forever.