Miles has already learned to never leave a drop of cereal milk behind.
"Mommy, I'm thirsty!" Seconds after we open the refrigerator door: He's a wily one, this kid.
Miles had a bit of a "croupy cough" today, so Jaclyn took him to the doctor and kept him home from daycare. Not one to be deterred by illness, Miles was still plenty active when he woke from his extended nap in the afternoon. I left work early to help out so Jaclyn could get … Continue reading Year 2, Day 44
As comedic talent goes, Miles sure knows his audience. I'm not sure his mother would tolerate this sort of thing.
There's a real nature vs. nurture struggle going on in our household currently. I'm content to let Miles develop at a pace he's comfortable with. Jaclyn, meanwhile, has her own ideas about deadlines for developmental milestones. One such idea that she has decided to make manifest this weekend is weaning Miles off of his bottles … Continue reading Year 2, Day 13
Jaclyn: "Did you remember to give Miles his bottle?" Me:
One-handing it at the Airbnb.
Holding that bottle like a champ.
During Miles's first few weeks of existence, we had no choice but to supplement his breast milk with formula. This was largely his fault, as he was consuming so much that Jaclyn couldn't keep up with his voluminous appetite. To be fair to her, a small village would've had a hard time keeping up. As … Continue reading Day 91
Separated at birth?