Amazing how much he's grown!
Three months means time to party!
I have quickly learned that no two babies are alike and I assumed that just because I have friends whose children slept through the night early that mine would too. What's that saying about when you ASSume? Needless to say, my child is not sleeping through the night. In fact, it seems that every time I say that he is sleeping well we have another long, horrible night like this one.
So, if anyone asks again, "How is your child sleeping at night?"
My new response is, "ehh, it could be better."
These snuggles get me through those sleepless nights.
Ted's learned some new tricks this week! He's rolling over! No more swaddles at night! I put him on his back in his crib and he wakes up on his belly and sideways. We had to go buy some new footed jammies because he didn't have any that fit!
I'm learning to adjust to this new life with Ted. I have a lot of friends who are teachers who are either already back to school or getting to go back.
Well, guess what?
I'm not going back to teach! Usually around this time I start having the back to school anxiety dreams. I still have them...maybe it's sympathy anxiety for my fellow teacher friends. All I know is that it feels AWESOME to not be going back to school! I do love teaching, but I really can't imagine sending Ted to daycare and then teaching other people's kids all day long. I am still working, I will just be doing it from home.
I am really excited and nervous about this new chapter in our family. It means some changes and sacrifices, but just look at this face...
totally worth it, right?
Starting to love his toys
Sun's out...guns out!
Loves his playmat