Jessica - I've been thinking about Jack and the boys and all this breastmilk that seems to be coming their way. Are they finding a way to store all of it? I was thinking that with all that BM, and frozen food which they must also be receiving, where in the world do they put it? Do they need another freezer? I have a friend who is a rep for a company that might (might!) be able to help in this regard. I haven't asked him yet, wanted to see if there was a need for it.
All these babies are adorable! The picture of Sean and the puppy is funny - because we introduced Alasdair to a puppy a completely different way ...http://www.kgspottery.com/December_2007/29/lick.jpg
(Yes, he had a full-on Santa suit ... http://www.kgspottery.com/December_2007/29/suit.jpg
Your introduction looks so safe and clean in comparison!
Lactivist, I'm so sorry to hear about the blues! I've had 'em - they are the Big Suck! Hoping the Y helps you. It has really helped me in the past. I hear you on never leaving the house. I have been getting out only one time per week, on Saturday mornings with DH. I never have a clue what day it is, what A and I have done that day, etc. I went to the Y last week at lunch, for yoga, while DH watched The Boy. I felt like a whole new person - two hours out of the house, alone! It was incredible. I am so wishing the same for you!
Alasdair has no interest in rolling over in any direction. This is primarily because he doesn't have the opportunity to, I'm sure. He dislikes tummy time so doesn't get much of it, and I just forget to put him on his back. If he isn't sleeping or being worn/carried, or sitting on the potty (he looooves the potty - he talks and talks and laughs the whole time he sits on it!), the remaining hour or so a day is spent playing with his toys in his bouncy while we cook. I need to work on giving him the rolling-over opportunities he needs.
Oh yes, and everyone assumes he is far older than 3.5 months, as well. He is super-tall (off the growth charts completely), and weighs about 16 pounds. Some 12-month-sized clothes are too small, but only in the torso. Part of this is our absolutely NOT trim diapering system, but yes he's also just a big boy. No real fat rolls, just a big kid!