Monday, January 26, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Sunday, January 4, 2009
Things that make me happy
I like my puppet, his name is Fluppy. He barks when you press the heart on his chest. I like the star that lights up, I will stare at it until I get tired. I like things that make noise. Mommy and Daddy sent Rueben with me, he is a giraffe that lights up and talks to me. I will play on the play mat until I get tired. You will know I am tired when I get fussy. I would like to be fed and rocked to sleep when I am finished playing. I love to sleep in my car seat, or swing, that Daddy should have brought to your house. If you have time, I love to cuddle when I am sleeping. Holding me until I fall asleep is a must.
Things that make me sad
I absolutely hate being in a dirty diaper. If I am fussy and won’t stop crying, try changing my diaper. I don’t like it when I have a rumble in my tummy. I take a bottle no problem and will usually fall asleep after I have eaten. I need to be burped right after I finish my lunch. If you remove the empty bottle from my mouth and immediately replace it with a pacifier, I won’t make a sound.
Things that make Mommy sad
If my pacifier hits the ground, please do not stick it back in my mouth until it has been washed off. Mommy would appreciate it if no one kissed me on the mouth. She is has this thing about germs. I think it comes from working with kids all day.
Things that make Daddy sad
Daddy is super laid back and figures that you know more about kids than he does. Please prove him right!!
Thank you very much for welcoming me into your home. I will try to be good. Most days I am pure joy. Occasionally I have an off day, please forgive me. And please forgive Mommy & Daddy if this list grows over time. They are still learning what makes me happy and sad.
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Friday, January 2, 2009
We only drove though a little snow and Campbell slept through her entire first road trip. (Both ways!)Campbell had fun playing with her great grandma, and was able to meet her great aunt Mary, great uncle Ron, and great uncle Mike.
Great grandma even offered to babysit while Jon and I ran to the mall. This was the first time we have gone somewhere without the baby. I couldn't help but feel as if I was forgetting something as we raced around the mall. We came home to see Campbell sleeping peacefully as if she had forgotten all about us.
Campbell was on her best behavior, and I am sure she is looking forward to going back! I think one of her favorite things was the view from the living room.