Saturday, July 5, 2008

Friday, July 4, 2008

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

BATHTIME



Last night Violet was trying to go to sleep while getting her bath. Pretty funny.
She seems to be getting tired a lot earlier lately. I think it's from all the moving around. Bath time used to be at 7:30 now we can barely make it till 7 before she's asleep. Now she's asleep by 7:30. Which is nice because then we can get some stuff done around the house if we need to.

THANKS DON HALL


Found a package on our door step this evening from Halls. I didn't order anything from Halls? I opened it to find this silver cup engraved with Violets initials, birthdate, and a crown. It's really nice. Thanks Mr. Hall.

4 MONTH CHECK UP

So Violet weighs 15lbs 1oz which puts her in the 80 percentile. Her height is 25 5/8" putting her in the 90 percentile and her head is 42 1/2 cm putting her at 80 for that too. Still a big baby and at least proportionate. The doctor said she looks great and commented on her skinny long feet saying she bets we'll have a hard time finding shoes. Ughhh! I've been dreading that.
We were also told to wait a little longer to start cereal. So I think we'll start that at 5 months. All went well till the shots. She screamed and got so upset she had drool, snot and tears all running at once.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

FRUSTRATION >: (

She still can't figure out how to get turned back over to her back. As a result she starts squealing. If she'd take her hand out of her mouth for a second she might figure it out.
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Monday, June 30, 2008

FIRST BLOW OUT : o


Today when we arrived to pick up Violet at daycare we were told she had a bit of a blow out this morning. Apparently it happened in one of the exerscaucers. It went down her leg and into her sock. Ewww! That's one first I'm glad I missed and didn't have to clean up. Oddly enough this morning I took in new clothes for her to keep in her cubby. The clothes we had there had become to small and I finally remembered to take a bigger size in. Wouldn't you know today would be the day she needed it.