Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Mamatography 2013 - Week 8

Day 48 - February 17


Spencer loves these little Black Ops coins!

Day 49 - February 18


I'm always a sucker for pics with Daddy!

Day 50 - February 19


Physical Therapy Evaluation

Day 51 - February 20


Snow Day! The girls made the shortest little snowman... and the neighbors stole it.

Day 52 - February 21


Time for a new approach to Spencer's restlessness.

Day 53 - February 22


My "Little Man" in tube socks and underwear!

Day 54 - February 23


Tyler made mini-pizzas and Sasha ate, face-first, starting at the top.
She looked like a zombie, no?



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8 comments:

  1. Sasha's pizza face is the cutest!
    Also, have you noticed a difference with Spencer taking the melatonin?

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    1. I saw a little bit of difference right away, then we had a couple of really hard nights. But now... These past 2 nights I have seen marked improvement!

      I think its too soon to say for sure, but I also have heard good things from other moms.

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    2. My second son has CHARGE Syndrome and has always slept oddly. I think special needs kids are often kooky when it comes to sleep. We used a melatonin cream with him for a while. Now that he's older, we've made sure his room is safe and enjoyable, put up a tall baby gate, and if he is wakeful, he just plays until he goes back to sleep. He's 9 now, and we've been doing that since he was about 6.

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    3. That is awesome, Shannon! (the solution, not the problem)

      When Sasha was younger, she would stay up later than me. We just made sure our home was "baby friendly." I would doze/sleep on the couch, for instance, while she played. I would wake in the morning to find her snuggled up next to me.

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  2. The snow looks like so much fun! I grew up with snow and hope to share that experience with my kids one day. I love the daddy pic too :)

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    1. My husband is from Florida and is always begging for snow. :)

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  3. Who would want to make a snowman bigger than themselves anyway :o)

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    1. hahaha, I guess that's a good point! I guess I just have this idea in my head of what size a snowman is *supposed* to be. Funny how that happens.

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