There is no fooling you people, is there? Monday's post starred dear sweet Alice as a party goer wearing a pee pee teepee, that ever-strange and hopefully useful baby boy accessory.
I found a pattern to make some, and with the fabulous Wandering Nana as my seamstress (everyone needs a friend like her), we've been in pee pee teepee production.
Also on the docket of pre-baby necessities:
- cute swaddle blankets
- pacifier clips
- curtains for the little buddy's room
Four weeks from yesterday, gulp. There is a whole bunch of stuff that I need to tell you. Like, a WHOLE bunch. But for now, I am thinking of how Alice insisted that she "decorate" my hair two nights ago, and proceeded to put little butterfly-shaped buttons in my hair. I forgot about them until a few hours later when I went to get ready for bed and took my hair out of its ponytail. A little shower of butterflies fell down at my feet. These are the small things to enjoy. Anything new with you?
And this: if you had four weeks before your 2nd baby was due, what would you DO exactly? (I'm not BORED, for heaven's sake, just wondering how you'd choose to spend your time.) Give me your best advice.
Monday, February 20, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Is it weird that I haven't posted in a month, and the first thing I put on here is a picture of the two furry beasts that have been following me around for weeks?
We've been literally turning the house upside down, moving the contents of one upstairs room (my little studio space) to the wee little office room downstairs. The room upstairs will be Baby's. With an extra guest bed. And Chip's desk. And some other stuff. Not that it's huge to begin with, but it's a lot of stuff to stick in there.
Did I mention that we also kicked the furry monsters out of the upstairs entirely?
That would explain them finding me as their only real and true friend, their only source of solace, their only human who truly knows what it means to SUFFER AND HAVE TO LIVE IN COMPLETE COMFORT DOWNSTAIRS. (I actually do have a lot of sympathy for them, they used to have complete run of the joint, but were slowly ousted room by room, until finally they woke one morning to find a gate on the bottom step and all the humans peering down at them going NEENER NEENER YOU CAN'T COME UP HERE ANYMORE.... or, that's how I imagine they see it.)
It has to do with Chip's and Alice's allergies.... and this baby, who knows what he's going to bring to the mix in FIVE WEEKS. Five weeks, people.
I'm not really freaking out. Only hoping we get the books out of the hallway by the time I'm in labor.
Oh, and Happy Valentine's Day, if you celebrate that sort of thing. I think we'll be celebrating today by sewing curtains... or something.