What a hambone!
Almost every day I pick Miles up from daycare, one of the other children -- a girl, maybe three years old -- says the same thing the second I walk through the door. "That's the baby's daddy." I never actually see her, I just hear her voice over the cacophony of toddlers, so my typical … Continue reading Day 205
Miles is really discovering a taste for books... Chew all you want, kid! This particular book is actually built to withstand just about anything a toddler can throw at it. Whether chewing, gumming, ripping, or peeing all over it, Miles's Indestructible book takes a licking and keeps on flipping. A waterproof book?! Why isn't everything … Continue reading Day 204
12) "Code Red" Named for the verbal call that accompanies it, this poo requires a rapid response involving at least four (adult) hands, one load of laundry, and perhaps a team of professional cleaners. Tragedy can strike quickly, without warning. What one moment was a perfectly clean baby, onesie, pillow, and couch is suddenly rendered … Continue reading Day 203: Poop Update 6!
Following up on yesterday's post, something I've been very conscious of, and Jaclyn and I have had conversations about, is limiting the amount of time we spend on our phones in front of Miles. While this wasn't something I was thinking about in February or March, this changed as Miles demonstrated increased awareness of his … Continue reading Day 202
When I was in the bathroom getting ready for work this morning, an unmistakable "BEEP-BOOP-BEEP" sound drifted in from the bedroom. I didn't think much of it at first; after all, the tones accompanying the pressing of a cell phone keypad are commonplace, even first thing in the morning (knowing Jaclyn). But this...started to seem … Continue reading Day 201
Baby Miles taking his 200th day of existence and first experience in a high chair very seriously.