January 24, 2007

Learning from a child...


Just thought I'd jot down a couple of things I learned today from Lorelai...

1) Just because a baby does the same thing two days in a row does NOT make it a habit.
2) Seeing baby poop really can make me happy (allow me to explain - she's only been going every three days and apparently, she should be going more)
3) Bath time CAN be fun - if mom is relaxed.
4) Babies literally grow overnight - an outfit that fit her two days ago, no longer fits.

11 comments:

Renee said...

Wow, what wonderful experiences. My only experience with poop is having to look through Bens when he ate a skewer one time. Just as the vet said, two days later it appeared and I knew that he would be a-ok.. it was a great day!!!
She has gotten bigger since we saw her last.. I can't wait to see her again.
Renee

Anonymous said...

What a darling picture. Sometime ask Krista about McKenna and her experience with poop in Kansas. I laugh just thinking about it. It was really horrible.!!!!! Love ya, Granny

Anonymous said...

Corollary to #1: If it's something you don't want, it only takes a single day of baby doing it to make it a habit! :-)
Andrea

Anonymous said...

She's so beautiful.

Lee Ann

Anonymous said...

She looks so much more like a baby now and not the smooshed newborn! I can't believe how much she's grown. Can't wait to get back to F'ville so I can love on her.

Kel

aunt~tina said...

Wow! Almost a month old. I cannot believe that. She is getting more beautiful with every picture.

Adam did not make it past the second round in the free throw shoot out, but he had fun. It is kind of good. The kid needs to learn he cannot be perfect at everything he tries. Is that bad?

Jess said...

Perfectly understandable :) Like the kid needs another trophy!
:)

AliciaDawn said...

Wow Rachel, look at how big she's getting already. Greyson turned 5 months old today!

stormhuse said...

Only poops once every three days... are you sure JD is the father?

Amanda Noel said...

Rachel-she is so pretty!
She certainly doesn't look like a newborn anymore. What a cutie pie!

We are Team Brummy said...

I hope Lorelai knows she hit the genetic lottery with you two as parents. Its no coincidence that she is ridiculously good looking.