Monday, August 8, 2011

Project 365: Day 52- August 7th

If you couldn't tell, Tayler has been growing.... tremendously. It's ridiculous, folks, haha! She's 4 months old. Shouldn't she be like a 4 month old? Wearing 3-6 month clothes, wearing size 2 diapers... but NO. She's wearing 6-12 month clothes... size 3 diapers... size 2 shoes. Please... someone tell me.... where's my BABY at because I cannot find her. :(

This pretty little blue dress that she wore yesterday is a 6-12 month dress. It barely fit over that 41 centimeter head, haha! But boy, did she look cute!

She was snuggling with Mommy and Daddy in bed :) We had another lazy morning--- wonderful :)

Then we went back to where we used to live and visited with E's family. But we soon headed back home (after picking up Tayler's 9-18 month clothes) and I quickly started unpacking those. I got rid of all of the clothes on Saturday to make room for these, but I guess I underestimated how many clothes were at our storage unit because there definitely wasn't room for all of them, haha! PLUS, I found TONS of new sleepers and peejays (more about that later!)

When we got home, my dad said he had a surprise for us. Tayler's closet didn't have doors on it, so guess what he and my mom did?

Put a cute little hot pink sheet up. It works perfectly. I HATE closet doors that slide because they always, always, always get off track. Annoying. Sooo this was WONDERFUL. Thanks guys!

We soon got Tayler ready for bed in her adorable 12 month peejays. Oh, I wish I were kidding. I think they're made small.....

But doesn't she look cute with her weird dad? haha! :) 

Finally, it was bed time. Remember me telling you what a struggle it has been to get her to sleep in her own crib since we moved? Yes, I've been THAT mom and she has been co-sleeping with me. Forgive me here-- but it has been easier. E has worked midnight shift and I get more sleep when she's next to me. For some reason, she just will not sleep in her crib since we moved. No idea what is going on. Maybe it's just the environment change? Well anyways-- a lady gave my mom a suggestion to get a 'wedge' to put in her bed so she feels the 'closeness' of someone next to her (but no one is sleeping next to her.) and since we don't exactly have the funds to buy something extra, we decided to use the co-sleeper we got at our baby shower (thanks Susan!) And it works wonders!! Tayler has slept in her own crib in her own room the past 3 nights. She usually sleeps 11-4/6am. Yes, I get 5-7 hours of uninterrupted sleep. It's beautiful. haha! I love that little girl, but I have been sleep deprived for so long.... it was time for this to happen and it is WONDERFUL.


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