February 13- Today E got to wake up in her own crib for the first time in a few days, she actually slept better then usual, I’m sure she was glad to be home. E had lunch at Culver’s with Great Gramma and was a great eater. She was a perfect little girl at lunch, sitting in her high chair, and even eating from a spoon.
February 12- Today was girl day, dad was busy at mock trial, so E and I were on our own. We moved back home, we’d stayed at Grandma and Grandpa for several days, and it was the last day that E found the recycling basket which is her absolute favorite thing to play with at Grandma and Grandpas. After a nap E went along on some errands. We bought a sling carrier, decorations for E’s 1st birthday party, and picked up her portraits. I was feeling sentimental today since one year ago today her dad and I went to the hospital for an external cephalic version. So, it seemed fitting to me that she and I had a whole day together and that one of our activities was getting ready for E to turn one.
February 11-Still staying at Grandma and Grandpa’s house. E’s sleeping continues to be a problem, most likely because she’s not used to sleeping away from home. I kept thinking how strange it was to be staying in my childhood room with my little girl. We had dinner and a movie with our neighbors, and we discovered that E doesn’t eat well without a high chair. We also watched E play with racquetballs, which was fun to watch, her favorite part was the tube, which she liked listening to herself speak into it.
February 10- We didn’t go to play group today, I figured things were confusing enough without driving across town. E went to school with her dad this afternoon, and she was a hit. E was invited to all future meetings. Today was also the pajama day at daycare and the daycare Valentine’s Day party. I missed the party since I had to work, but they told me it was a great party.
February 9- our first night staying at grandma and grandpa’s house so that our bathroom tile could be fixed. E wasted no time getting down to business, playing with her favorite walker and Grandma’s measuring cups. She enjoyed stacking and unstacking the cups, and eating cheerios out of them.