Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Lazy Days

Liam did not - DID NOT - want to go to sleep last night. He finally fell asleep in bed with Mommy at 12:30am. (What on earth did he think he was going to miss out on?) He went to his own bed at 4am, which is when Bounder came in and took Mommy's spot on the bed, and Snickers lay down where Mommy wanted to stretch out her legs. It was a long night, to say the least.

Mommy finally woke Liam up this morning around 10am in order to get ready for playtime. (Huh. Isn't it strange that 10am comes after 12:30am?...) After playtime we came home and took a 2-hour nap together, which was just lovely. We didn't even cross anything off our To-Do list! (Maybe we should write down "Playtime" just so we can cross it off.)

So we had a lazy day today, and that is ok sometimes, too.

Yesterday Grandad came to visit. The baby tried peaches for lunch and loved them. Grandad also gave Liam a fingertip of chili. Incidentally, Grandad can come and change diapers from now on if he wants to give him any more chili. Yikes!! Maybe that is why he couldn't sleep last night - because of an angry belly??

There should be more to write about, but there really isn't. Daddy will be home on Friday, and Mommy ate all the pumpkin bread and cookies in the house, and the ice cream is almost gone too.

Hey, here is a cool article about some of the benefits of breastfeeding.

And here are some pictures (that's really why you read this blog... admit it... ADMIT IT!):

Liam in his outfit from the lovely Esther Fox.

"Snickers! I was reading that!"

Giving Grandad baby CPR.

Liam's new bib from Aunt Bethy is fun to chew on.

I see Great-Grandma Iris in this picture... is it the mouth? The eyes?

"Yes Mom, you could make me peaches for lunch!"

These are a few of my favorite things.

"RARRR! Imagonnagetchu!"


  1. Hey! I don't think 1 finger tip of chili is going to cause any diaper bombs. Probably all those fresh peaches

  2. No, no, no - it was definitely the chili!
    Tell me, how long until this kid is potty trained?