This kid know how to work the camera, and how to steal daddy’s heart!
I’m not sure what happened this year, but we skipped winter. I am sure that if you live up north you are thrilled that it has been a mild winter, but down here we count on our break from the heat.
Here are a few pictures of Ky on one of the three ‘cold days’ we experienced this year.
Did you enjoy the temperatures this winter where you live?
Kyton stopped taking a bottle about a month and a half ago. After about two weeks of his refusing to take his afternoon bottle, I stopped pumping. He holds out until I get home from work. Just in the past week he has decided to take a sippy cup. So far we’ve just put water in the cup, but I’m considering trying milk again using the cup.
Has anyone tried this? Did it work well?
We made the short trip to Harmony last weekend with the intention of going to a community garage sale. We didn’t find many treasures. but I’m thrilled with the shots we got of our sweet Kyton.
This was our first attempt at the sales. Has anyone had luck at garage sales?
Have you heard of boom-whackers?
They are plastic tubes that are cut to the exact length to produce a toned sound.
My mom is very musical, so my parents gave Ky a set for Christmas.
(They are often used in elementary school music classes.)
He loves hitting them on the ground, and making noise.
I like going into his room, and playing simple childhood songs like Hot Cross Buns, Twinkle Twinkle, Mary had a Little Lamb, Chopsticks and Row Row Row your boat.
I’m sure I am missing some. What are your favorite childhood songs?
I wrote about how easy it was to get Ky to sleep, and how it is not currently.
We go back and forth between good night of sleep, and sleepless nights.
I think I have him figured out now.
He’s a great sleeper, unless I blog about him sleeping well.
Really I think he’s a good sleeper as long as he’s feeling well.
Dylan wants to try cry it out. I don’t.
I am confident that once this set of teeth come in he’ll go back to normal.
It’s been a rough few weeks between, the stomach bug, painful teeth, and Dylan being sick.
Dylan has a hard time believing that other parents miss out on sleep to comfort their children.
I feel like I’m going through my day in a fog.
Most nights he ends up here, in our bed. On good nights it is at 7am so that he can nurse before I go to work. On bad nights we fall asleep together to begin with. We love cuddling with him, and feel confident with the research and our own sleeping styles that he is perfectly safe with us.
Any other parents up at night?