DAYCARE: "We put some crackers in Miles's bag." ME: "Sounds good!" ALSO ME: Promptly forgets about the crackers.
The face when you keep taking your shoe off and you know it's driving your mother crazy.
There are some mornings where Jaclyn and I wake up to the sound of Miles crying through the baby monitor. While he tends to stop fussing as soon as one of us enters his room, it's still a less than ideal way to end a peaceful slumber. There are other mornings, however, that he wakes … Continue reading Year 2, Day 92
Miles was sleeping as hard as I've ever seen him sleep when we arrived home from daycare tonight. While that meant not really getting to spend much time with him before running to my trivia show, it also meant that the transition from me to babysitter was much smoother. When he finally woke up, Lisa … Continue reading Year 2, Day 15
I mentioned this briefly in a previous post, but our car, feared lost forever, was recovered by the Rochester Police. The good-ish news is that Miles's stuff is still inside it. The bad news, of course, is that the car is still in Rochester. So this weekend I've taken a flight back to New York … Continue reading Day 321
Miles spent most of his 300th day of existence in a car headed to Myrtle Beach for Christmas. It wasn't a terribly exciting drive (save for one event which I'll likely cover tomorrow), so instead of going into detail about how he slept most of the time, here's a highlight video of Miles playing with … Continue reading Day 300
Some days I pick Miles up from daycare and he promptly falls asleep in the backseat. Other days, he starts fussing and whining as soon as he's buckled in. Most days, though, he just sits there and babbles.