Just as Miles has gotten better and better at being defiant, he's also improved his ability to answer questions in the affirmative. However, while he's able to say "no" like a champ, things are a little...different in the latter case. Miles hasn't figured out how to say "yes" just yet. So how does he respond? … Continue reading Year 2, Day 191
Miles's ability to articulate language is growing more and more each day. Often, the intention of his words is a little clearer than the words themselves (such as "Dat-Dannnn!" being "Batman"). One word has become completely clear in the past few days: "No!" Watching Miles contort his mouth to say the word tonight was like … Continue reading Year 2, Day 190
Today really could've gone horribly. We took a red eye flight back to Charlotte directly from last night's wedding, and I knew the experience would test the limits of just how amenable Miles is to air travel. He might be up screaming and crying throughout the flight, unable to get comfortable and fall (and stay) … Continue reading Year 2, Day 189
Tonight was the long-awaited wedding of our friends Alex and Andy. It was a great time for everyone, but Miles...well, he clearly enjoyed himself. Held in an old church that was renovated into a living/event space, the wedding was honestly one of the most fantastic nuptial ceremonies we've ever been to. And yet, given an … Continue reading Year 2, Day 188
This weekend, we're back in Denver, CO for the wedding of our friends (and, honestly, honorary family members) Alex and Andy. Once again, Miles demonstrated his love of air travel. When we last visited Denver, Miles was unable to partake in the breakfast provided at the hotel due to his goop-based diet. He did not … Continue reading Year 2, Day 187: Back in the Mile(s) High City!
16) The Corn Dodger We all know what happens to corn in the digestive system. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. This poo is here to remind you of this. An otherwise unremarkable misshapen, half-dollar-sized ball of waste, the Corn Dodger still manages to be slightly nauseating due to the pronounced flecks of yellow housed within its brown depths, … Continue reading Year 2, Day 186: Poop Update 11!
"Don't throw Spider-Man in the recycle bin! He's been through enough!" - Dad