Monday, March 10, 2008

Monday, Monday

Okay, so these pictures were taken on Sunday, but it's Monday and that's the way the song goes :)

I thought after we put Noah down to bed last night that everything went too easy with the time change. He got up yesterday at the same time and went to bed at the new time with no problems. This morning he slept a little later than usual, but it wasn't too much later as we didn't have to wake him up to get ready.
Tonight, however, was a different story. He was so tired, you could really tell it. When we went to put him to bed he cried like crazy which is odd as he's gotten so he rarely cries at bedtime. About 40 minutes later he finally decided to nurse (which would have been almost exactly the old time) and fell asleep without any problems. We'll see what tomorrow brings, I hope he starts to adjust to the time change.
He has been so giggly the past couple of days. Aunt Janis was getting him to giggle and laugh at my parents house yesterday. Last night I had him giggling a lot and tonight he was giggly while I was trying to feed him. I think that's got to be one of the best sounds ever- a baby laughing. It's so funny. We had him in the jumperoo the other night and he was laughing- my eyes starting to water because I was laughing so hard. He was getting a kick out of one of his toys hitting the side of the jumperoo- just the type of thing that a little boy would think was funny.

We're still plugging away at learning how to eat "real" food. We've switched from rice cereal to oatmeal, he really likes that. We tried green beans, the first food other than cereal yesterday. That was interesting- don't think he really liked them too much. He did better with it tonight, but then again I mixed it more with the cereal. And of course the whole experience is always messy, as it should be. Just part of the fun of being a baby.

By the way, I added a poll located on the right column of the blog. Check out the bottom picture of Noah in his Cubbies shirt- do you think there might be dipples in those cheeks?

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