Friday, February 20, 2009

The daycare curse

Well I knew it would happen once Drew started daycare, but I didn't think it would happen this soon....Drew is sick! Those darn daycare kids gave him germs! Just kidding. He has a slight fever and a really bad runny nose, so today he's at my mother-in-laws so he doesn't infect the other kids, plus he'll get a little extra T-L-C.

Even with the fever and runny nose, Drew is loving daycare so far. He's made a friend named Aiden and he's playing nicely, something I was afraid he wouldn't be good at since he's an only child who has really never been around kids. The teachers at the center are so nice and he really seems to be well taken care of and looked after. So with that said, I guess we can look past this little "germ" incident this one time! Ha.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

New layout!

So I'm playing around with a new layout. What do you think?

Monday, February 16, 2009

Day at the office

A lack of a sitter on Friday, allowed Drew an unplanned trip to my are photos of his you can see, he was right at home!

First day of school

Today Drew started Daycare. He's always been watched by family, but today he's off at daycare, hopefully having fun and making lots of friends. I told myself all weekend I'd be fine, I'd hold it together and it wouldn't be a big deal. So we get to daycare, the teachers are so sweet. Drew goes in, looks around, and gives my neck a death grip as to say "don't leave me!" I spoke with his teacher, while holding him and we were both fine. Then I tried to put him down, he cried. So I picked him put, all while still holding it together on my end. Then the teacher took him, showed him the room, the toys, and put him in a highchair to get ready for breakfast. I kissed him goodbye, he seemed fine and ready to eat, I walked out of the room...and lost it. I didn't stop crying until I got to work.....hopefully tomorrow goes better....for both of us!

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

What will you eat????

Drew is off of baby food and formula and for the last few months he's done great on "adult" food and milk. However the last several weeks he's become really picky. He will drink his milk, but when it comes to food...he wants no part of it unless it's snack (animal crackers, Cheerios, that type of thing.) So what do you do? How do you get a toddler to eat veggies and meat and all the other things that are good for him?

Monday, February 2, 2009

Super Sunday!

13 months!

Drew is now 13 months old...were does the time go? He's always had a "little mind" of his own, but now more than ever. By the way, I always hate when people use that expression, but in Drew's case--it really is true!

He's very much a boy-he's mischievous and he'll test you! His new favorite thing is going after cords, any cord. The cords to the TV, alarm clocks, doesn't matter. (So does anyone have a baby proofing idea for this?). He also thinks feeding the dog his food is more fun than eating it frustrating.

But he's also doing some really fun stuff. If you ask him for a kiss, Drew opens his mouth and presses it up to your cute! He gives hugs. He giggles for no reason and he's interested and curious about everything. 13 months is a pretty good age!