Friday, July 31, 2009

Fun with dad

Garrison has learned how to swing all by himself. My dad was up last weekend and taught him how to hold himself on the swing. Ever since then he's been doing it all by himself. Here are a few videos of Thomas and Garrison swinging together.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Rain, rain go away come again another day

What do you do when it's raining outside and you have an 18 month old? You play with PUDDING!! (Thomas was not around when we did this. I know better. He would have never let this fly and when I showed him the pictures he said he was glad that he wasn't around... but Garrison had fun!)

Thursday, July 23, 2009

dr appointments

I didn't do any better this month with my posts than I did last month. I'm thinking that this is becoming a pattern. With my due date getting closer and closer I find myself having more and more to do, but not having any energy to do any of it. Can't I just blink and everything be done?

I had a doctors appointment on Monday. I've been experiencing a lot of Braxton hicks contractions again. (I had a ton with Garrison). So I need to take it easier and not try and do so much and be drinking more water. Oops! Everything is going good with Baby Boy Bush (which, on a side note, we are having a really hard time coming up with a name. I thought that it would be easier with baby #2, but I was completely wrong.) His heart beat is 150, he's measuring at 30 weeks even though I'm 31 weeks, but that's no big deal. He's head down and kicking up a storm. This little guy is very active, especially when I'm hungry and as I'm trying to fall asleep. I cannot believe that in less than 10 weeks I'll be taking care of two little boys. I think I'm tired now.

Garrison also had a doctors appointment this week. He's a growing, healthy little boy. He weighs 21 lbs 3 oz and is 30 1/2 inches long. One of the questions I had was about peanut butter. The other day Garrison had some bites of a peanut butter and chocolate malt. About 30 minutes later he had red spots around his mouth and he had bumps all over his face, especially by his mouth and eyes. Could he have a peanut allergy? Our doctor told us give him some peanut butter and find out. That seemed obvious to me, but at the same time I didn't want to do that in case he had a really bad reaction. But if it's doctor recommended... I'll keep you posted.