I'm back, did you miss me? Well, I'm back as long as I have something to say, so who knows how long that might last. Anyway, I thought I would give you a quick update on our family of 3.5 (I'll count Cass as a half). My mom was here for the last week helping out and it was great. She calmed all my fears, taught us, and fed us. Now we're on our own...it's kind of scary. But so far so good. Thanks mom!The babe, he is good. He eat, sleeps, and poots (a lot). poot= toot/poop, I bet you wanted to know that. I think it is fair to say that we like him a lot. Everyone told me not to wish him out because they are so much easier to take care of in the womb. They were right, he was less maintenance. But I sure love not being pregnant, and I'd rather be able to smother him with kisses than endure endless elbow pokes and waddling.Then we have the .5 of the family. I'm sure Bill would be displeased with me referring to our cat as a child since he is a cat not a human. But Cass has been struggling with older sibling syndrome. He feels neglected and has been acting out. He runs around the apartment like a maniac and misbehaves. He doesn't know what to think of the baby. But he is warming up to him and is very curious. All he needs is a little extra TLC. I think this picture states exactly how he feels about the baby, annoyed.And last but not least. I love not working! I feel liberated! And I love being able to watch Hoda and Kathy Lee again. They really are hilarious. And lets be honest, the SNL skits about them are dead on, that is what makes them even better. I don't think I'm going to be able to go back to work. Isn't there some way I can make money and have good benefits while being home where I can eat crackers and bri all day with a dose of KLG & Hoda? If you know of a profession that allows this, please advise asap.
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Here is a video of Asher. It was taken today. Don't blame Kate for this suddenly turning into a baby blog, as I am doing the posting, and all of these blogs eventually turn into baby blogs. Kate is intent on that not happening, but we'll see if she cracks under the intense pressure from grandparents.