Sunday, November 29, 2009
Oh we are so thankful for grandparents. Bryce just spent the last two weekends visiting grandparents in Gig Harbor and then in Boise. He did great travelling. He had a little bit of a hard time dealing with hanging in the hotel. He likes to travel but appears to hate hotels. In Gig Harbor he got to meet the elusive Dairy monster. While we were visiting Dairy my parents were afraid Dairy was on his last leg and they woke up to him eating a rat he dragged in from outside. Yum. The video starts out from two weeks ago and ends with today. Decide for yourself, but I am pretty sure the last footage proves he is a genius. We are still struggling with lots of wake ups in the night and some daytime fussiness that will rattle your brain. Since we have started a daily formula feeding, we are questioning if that is it. We also have confirmation that Bryce will be able to go to the childcare place we wanted. We are really happy about that, now we are crossing our fingers that he doesn't get kicked out, being a tortured genius and all. Now cross your fingers for some sleep!
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Quotes from stay-at-home dad Damon:
1. Curious George is outdated, now he would be smoking crack and doing drive bys.
2. I hate to admit it, but Raffi is the answer. (Raffi is really bad kid music- sorry mom)
3. I know the doctor won't tell us it is our fault that Bryce's belly button hasn't healed, but I am going to look it up on the internet. (I am pretty sure it is not our fault)
Monday, November 9, 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
We had a big month, made it through all of October, and Bryce still has cool hair. He is going to end up like the Fonz or something and not anyone touch his hair. Kitty has taken to cleaning it if we don't bath him enough. Not sure if this makes his hair cleaner or dirtier. Bryce made it through his first trip to the West side and he travels pretty easy, lucky us. He met his great Grandma. He went to a shower that my mom's friend's put on and charmed all the ladies. He also had his Aunt Sandy come for a visit and take care of him for two whole days. Thanks Sandy! He had his first stay in a hotel this past week for a school psychology conference. We were past our parental experience on this one, but we made it, and learned a lot. Like a motel is probably better than a hotel so you don't have to schlep all that crap into the lobby and up the elevator. And bring your own food so you don't have to keep running out for take out when all you want to do is hide in your room. He dressed up for Halloween for about two seconds. He is looking forward to taking on November, after his parents get some sleep.