Thursday, March 1


I can't believe that my baby is three months old! I forget how fast time goes by.

She is just as scrumptious as ever, and she keeps changing things up.
She decided to roll for the first time... right off the couch. Ouch! She was pretty upset for about 20 minutes. 
(When she is mad, she is mad!)

Her laugh kills me, and her smile needs to be spread on toast and eaten for every meal of the day.

As a gift for my three month old, a pair of shoes, which I really made for a friend who is having her first girl, and then decided that Quincy HAD to have her own pair.

Pattern found here.
Inspiration found here.

In other news, I am a SLEEP TRAINER. 
There is no funny business when it comes to me and my sleeping babes.
Three months is the mark. The time when I love her, drop her off in bed, close the door and let her cry herself to sleep. I was a little worried about this child because Quincy cried so hard the other day (she was hungry, but dinner was about to burn) that blood trickled out of the side of her mouth.
It was crazy!

So I was a little scared to let her cry it out, thinking she would be asleep in a puddle of her own blood, but 
in fact, she whimpered for 5 minutes and fell right to sleep...

See. No blood.
(and apparently an unmade bed, how embarrassing.) 

No stats for three months, but she is a little thing, and we love her to pieces.

5 love notes:

RaeAnn said...

She is getting so big!!! We cant wait to see you and hug you all!!! The little shoes are super cute!!!
Love ya!!!

Shari said...

Wow! Three months?! Time really does fly! I love the little shoes you made.

I'll have to remember those Rapunzel cupcakes for Kate's birthday (if they even sell ice cream cones in Russia...). I know Kate would love them, too!

Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog today. It meant a lot to me to hear that. It was one of those personal posts that I wondered if I should post or not.

Jenny said...

Good luck with the sleep training! I'm glad there was no more blood, that's scary! Cute shoes, too.

Anonymous said...

That's just cruel - sorry!

Dr. Scott said...

Please if you want to say something is cruel, please let me know who you are? If you know you are being rude and wanted to, be why be a coward? Plus, if you feel the need to say something like that, why apologize?

There is nothing cruel about letting your child cry themselves to sleep.