>Still has the bump on his head from his vacuum-assisted birth attempt. I’m wondering if it’ll ever go away at this point.
>Was in the 95th percentile for weight at his last checkup.
>Dropped a bottle per day in favor of baby food.
>Is eating mostly jarred baby food, when he eats solids, since we had a bunch given to us and that’s what they have at daycare.
>Has no teeth, and doesn’t seem to be actively teething yet.
>Is in an awkward stage for bathing where he doesn’t fit his infant tub but he’s not stable enough to go in the big tub with Meredith.
>Still sucks his thumb often, and likes to have something else in his fist at the same time, like my hair or David’s headphones.
>Is Meredith’s best friend (according to her).
>Am up to at least two cups of coffee a day.
>Have completed two weeks of half marathon training and think my hospital employee gym is the best thing ever. It’s totally free for us, the equipment is really nice, and there is a weekly yoga class at the perfect time for me.
>Do look forward to some cooler weather so I can start running outside again, though.
>Just finished my epic summer novel and am moving on to some YA.
>Went to my first quilt guild meeting over the weekend and was totally awed and inspired. Trying to convince myself that I am fine using my ancient sewing machine with no walking foot and that the dozens of puckers and mistakes on my quilt don’t matter.
>Keep pinching myself that I work at such a great place. It’s so low stress and close and I have an amazing boss and coworkers.
>Love being a mom to little ones and of course don’t ever want them to grow up, but all this back-to-school stuff lately has me looking forward to that phase of life. I just try to enjoy every stage because they are all awesome for one reason or another and I wouldn’t want my children to be any age other than what they are right now.