(waking up on his birthday morning. First night in a big boy bed)One big relief has been that Brody never tried to climb out of his crib! It was a blessing, I tell you! Never did he fall out, or learn to escape his "time out" spot. That was until a couple weeks ago when I caught him learning how. So I realized it was about darn time I switched his bed up. The rate we were going, he was going to be in a crib till he was 16. I finally got on the ball and let me tell you, for mothers who are nervous to switch to a bed, DO IT and DO IT NOW! It was easy peasy... I expected him to be confused and refuse but nope! He loves being able to climb in his own bed. And so does my aching back. ha.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Awww! Why, thank you friends for all the congratulations on my pregnancy! I appreciate it so much, you don't even know what it means to hear from friends a simple "congrats!". I love you guys! My family and I are very excited on this new addition. About a year ago I was certain a baby was on its way and about 6 pregnancy tests, and a year later we finally are. (: I wasn't too distraught a year ago when it was a false alarm though because hello we weren't even "trying". Although I've been insanely baby hungry for a loooooong while, a new baby just wasn't in the cards, yet. The "plan" was to wait till the end of Tony's 2010 summer selling season for the baby to be born (that is, if it didn't happen before). So preferably August 31, 2010. haha! Well, thereabouts. It would be super hard to have a new baby while we were in Oklahoma, in the middle of Tony's 12 hour days, 6-days-a-week work schedule. So that was the plan. Once we could finally really "try" it did take a few months longer to happen than we both wanted but I think it made me even more anxious and excited when I finally saw that "pregnant" reading. I'll post more about my pregnant self- give updates and such as time goes on. I have a loooong way to go, it seems.