Mel, melt my heart! The picture is beautiful!!! Thank the gods for eventless nursing! Fox sleeps 4-5 hours at a stretch, too, and once I finally calmed down about it, I was really, really glad for having that much time for my body to heal.
Amy, I am waiting anxiously for splendid news!
Foxy's lost his hair on the sides just like Woody did, so he's sporting quite the funky faux-hawk these days. And he's staying huge. I don't know exactly how much he weighs, but I think it's close to 16 lbs. He's out of clothes that fit Woody until 9 months. But he laughs as soon as he looks at you, and he grabs things with his feet! I'm so in love.
As for Woody, he's having a bit of an adjustment going back to school. He's had three accidents in two weeks. I think he is just getting too distracted to notice the sensation until it's urgent, and then he still needs me to go in the bathroom with him when he's not at home, so by the time he finds me and I get to the point where I can leave the class and we both get to the bathroom...you see the problem. I'm hoping that's all it is, but there might be some other difficulties--he did spend 24/7 with me from mid-December to mid-March.
In other news, we planted a new 4 ' by 10 ' garden box, though my sprouts got pummeled by a massive thunderstorm yesterday, so I think I'm going to have to start many of them over again.