We made a big, big change to Miles's room this weekend as we move ever closer to our three-day, no-holds-barred, do-or-die potty training session. Miles has been released from the nightly confines of his Pack 'n' Play and is now sleeping in his own bed (er, well...mattress on the floor). Once he realized what was … Continue reading Year 2, Day 294: Baby’s First Real Bed!
I woke this morning to the sound of Miles's fussing piping through out baby monitor. It took me a few seconds of groggy semi-consciousness to realize that I hadn't also heard a "Can you go check on him?" coming from Jaclyn. I rolled over to find that she had already gotten in the shower, and … Continue reading Day 348
Yesterday, Miles took almost six hours of naps (about three times the usual) throughout the day. Our hope was that he would be able to sleep off the cold that has been plaguing him for the past several days, although we knew full-well that partaking of this much sleep during the daytime would likely lead … Continue reading Day 267
Last night, we hosted a "friendsgiving" event called Dipsgiving, the goal of which is to strip away some of the formality (and silverware) of traditional Thanksgiving dishes by turning them all into dips. I wasn't sure exactly how the event would turn out, but I'm fortunate to have a ton of friends who really threw … Continue reading Day 266: The First Dipsgiving
The following is Jaclyn's account of an incident that occurred in the middle of the night. I can neither confirm or deny the validity of this account, because I was not actually awake for the incident in question. Sometime around 3:00 AM, Miles started fussing from his Pack 'n' Play. After giving him a moment … Continue reading Day 191: Sounds of the Night-time III
Miles may have not slept well in Denver, but boy is he making up for it this week. He has slept like a rock the last two nights, to the extent that this morning it was nearly impossible to even get him out of bed. With limited time available before I had to be out … Continue reading Day 171
Jamming out in the early morning.