Thursday, September 24, 2009

"Stop this noise!" -- Logan

Considering that Bryce spent the first three months of his life confined to an isolette, I'm amazed at what a people person he's become. During the past few days, he's raised an awful racket any time he's not being held. Christie and I have been sleeping with him in the rocking chair, and he's virtually always being held during the day. Personally, I wouldn't be opposed to the idea of one of us sitting on the couch all day, but our toddler feels differently, and eventually I'm going to have to go back to work. I try to tell myself that it's only temporary, but when the scale comes back with 2.93 kg for three days in a row, it's hard to stay positive. I spent some time thinking about this dilemma yesterday, and I thought I'd come up with the perfect solution, but those heartless jerks at the Powerball office didn't draw my numbers. Plan B, which is a baby sling that Christie found online (he's still too small for the Baby Bjorn), seems to be working better (see above). Print this post


  1. Slings are GREAT!

    I used one for Jon till he was 2 years, plus.

  2. We would like to know what Christie is eating. That special "glow" coming from her looks like she has experienced a "resurrection"
    Much love to all of you!
    Grandma & Grandpa S.