I have no problem (usually) getting Corinne to sleep at night, but naps are another story! The other day she refused to nap in the afternoon, so I let her play in her Super Seat. She was a little whiny about it (but she wasn’t crying like she was when lying down) so I gave her a pacifier. I was just in the kitchen, unloading the dishwasher. I turned back around to find her asleep in her seat! The poor girl kept startling herself with her bobbing head, though, so I had to take her out of the seat. I’m glad the camera was handy!!
I hate shots day! Corinne is 4 months old today, so off to the pediatrician we went! She is 12 lbs. 15 oz (40th percentile) and 26″ long (90th percentile). Doc was a little concerned with the weight as it slowed a little from her last appointment, but if she stays on that curve (and doesn’t seem hungry) all is well. If she keeps slowing down then we’ll have to introduce solids a little earlier than planned. She got two shots today and she’s been very grumpy about it! Although I did managed to put her in her pack’n’play for a bit so I could eat some lunch.
She’s whining again, so the blogging will come to an end now…………
Corinne and I go to an exercise class twice a week. At the first class the instructor told use to put a hat and gloves in the car for the little ones and ourselves so we’re prepared in case there’s a chilly morning. So of course I set out to make a hat and mittens for Corinne. I grabbed a pattern that my mom gave me and set about making the smallest hat on the pattern without measuring, assuming it would fit. Boy was I wrong! It was huge!!! It says it’s for infants. I don’t know where they found the infant they used for sizing. So I had to come up with a different plan.
I opted for a custom (easier) hat. The first one didn’t work out. I forgot to divide my panel length in half. But the third time was a charm!! I used scrap fabric from her Halloween costume to make this jester hat and pom poms. Isn’t she the silliest, cutest thing ever?
We have so much fun at our park playdates with the mom’s group. We sure are going to miss them when the weather gets cold. On Thursday we went to the Sugarcreek park, laid out some blankets and let the little ones check out the trees. It was a gorgeous day and the trees provided some shade. The older kids hid in the twig tepees and checked out the leaves and nuts that fell from the trees. The little ones watched.
There was a very large tree trunk that had been cut to act like a rocking chair and Corinne and I had fun in it. She asked me to cut her a large trunk for her back yard. I guess I should get working on that.
We had a great time and it was a nice distraction for the afternoon since John was out of town for work.
Keep rollin’ rollin’ rollin’ rollin’