Awww... :( I was going to text you and ask how the kidlet is doing! Seems that what you need to do is get one of those talking Barney dolls but just replace the little box inside with your own, recording whatever you want to say to her in the meantime.The bad news is, you'll have to do an impression of Barney's voice. Which means that it might not be worth it.
oh my! poor little baby. yes we must meet up. we'll be in CA middle of April, woohoo! hope baby gets better soon.
Poor body-casted baby.Our baby is in Full Fever Mode, which is kinda the opposite. We want her to lie down and be independent, but she refuses. If anyone puts her down, even while unconscious, she wakes up and cries, "BRING ME MY PALANQUIN!"She's very verbal.
L.T., NO IT IS NOT WORTH IT. But strangely enough, Barney's voice has changed since we were kids. Why do I remember that and not half of high school? And Emily! I can't wait to see you and Heath and Mike again! Your pictures are amazing, by the way.Adam, ahhh...good thoughts go to your kiddo, too! Here's to hoping both babies get better soon. Also, that's what you get for teaching your kids the word "palanquin." :)
Aww! So much cuteness in this post. :)What happened to the poor wee one? I hope she recovers quickly!
Hope all things are healing well. The boys thought she looked like Yoshi. I just can't get the image of her eating baby cheetos with out looking at the bowl out of my head.
Aw, thanks for the well wishes, Kristan. I had her in my arms when we fell down the stairs together. Urg! Little trooper that she is, she broke her leg and laughed as the doctor put on the cast (thought he was tickling her. Ha!)And Heather, I wish I would have gotten a video of it. Maybe if I put on some Barney and leave the Cheetos out again...
Oh no! Poor Baby. I hope she recovers soon! It looks like the Treadmill desk has just acquired another label: physical therapy station.Sending healthy thoughts your way.s
What an awesome way to blog! So creative! So, you had a girl AND horrible morning sickness. Hmmm. Makes me wonder. Dare to Follow Your Heart
Oh no!! How sad! I hope she recovers quickly. I fell down the stairs with Evan when he was just a few days old, and was just very lucky he didn't get hurt. Sounds like it must have been quite the fall. Best wishes for all of you!
Samantha - I know, right? Everyone told me that sickness came with boys. (Maybe it was the other way around? Too sick to listen carefully.) Welcome and thanks for stopping by!And Maren! Hi! Evan's such a good, smart kid, it didn't seem to affect him at all. Yay! Stairs and babies do not mix, it seems. Miss you guys! Preston says to punch Scott on the shoulder for him. Kindly.
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