s to you and your little guy. Keep us posted.
: Happy Birthday Razi! and happy birthing day to his momma
Yesterday morning began early. Ds and I were lying in bed and he heard the garbage trucks on the street
: 'Go see garbage truck', ds says. So out we went, mama just woken up and in pjs, ds quite awake and also in pjs. And there we stood in the dawn light on the street watching the garbage trucks load up all the garbage, mama shivering with cold and ds shivering with delight. The garbage collector let ds push the green button that hoists the containers up tho he wasn't too keen on being so close to the noise. The garbage collector and I then had a brief conversation about the state of the country. It was a textured start to the day.
Later we were in Home Depot and ds HAD to see the forklift in action. And on the way home we detoured so he could re-see the track excavator. I'm learning a whole new vocabulary :LOL
s to you and Zachary. Hope he feels better soon.
Nightnursing is back to being a harmonious experience. For now, anyway. It's always changing and the reasons seem so arbitrary. I don't know how I'm going to make the decision to nightwean. It's still in the theoretical stage. Tho I have to admit to being a teeny bit concerned about ds's teeth even tho all the studies say it has nothing to do with nightnursing and more to do with the genetics of the child's teeth. And everyone on the ebfing board would say the same. But all the kids I know who have had really bad dental issues have been big nightnursers so I'm not sure where the reality sits YK. Any other nightnursers share this concern at all?