Right now, you’re asleep in your crib. You’ve managed to wiggle the top of your head into the bumper, and then fall asleep with your customary passy. You’re also teething a bunch lately (we think), hence the motrin tune-up. Dr. Nik Gravenstein, at the Christmas Party this year, opined that one of the great events making parenting just a little bit easier was the advent of Children’s motrin. (I remember Dustin and I looking at eachother, each of us I think silently thinking “huh”.)
We also learned how to play “slingshot”, whereby daddy takes you from standing to (slowly) flying by rolling onto his back. We even did a handoff with mommy, the tandem slingshot. You loved it, huge smiles. Don’t worry, we never let go!
I hope you enjoyed the Christmas tree! This was your first, but certainly not your last. Mommy says we’ll be taking it down tomorrow morning. It was a great tree, healthy and green for a very long time.
Well, time for bed; we get to go to Church tomorrow morning. You love going to church. I think it’s all of the joyous music, the smiling people, the babies, and all the smiles and laughter you garner as a super-cute baby looking at the pews behind you.