Saturday, October 6, 2012

I have news

In light of my recent run-in with Blogger (grrr.), and after having struggled with Blogger numerous times in the past, I've decided to move both of my blogs elsewhere.

I'm switching over to wordpress and my lovely husband is going to be hosting the website for me (thanks honey!!), so I bid you adieu, Blogger. I will not miss thee.

You can find my blogs at:

Thursday, October 4, 2012

I have hit the maxmum number of photos

I have maxed out my photo limit on blogger. I can't post any more pictures (which is not ok with me) for the foreseeable future. I'm working on a solution to this problem, but until then, I'm on hiatus. You can always go check out my other blog, See Teri Run.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Things we shouldn't do...

There a ton of things we shouldn't do, but the one I feel like I'm the most guilty of right now is comparing my child to others of about the same age. I hear about some child being able to say specific words to indicate something, or how a child can walk by this point and I immediately think Evie's falling behind. It's the worst. It's like an involuntary response to which I have to mentally tell myself not to compare my child to others. I know rationally that my child is unique and that all children develop at their own pace and that, in the end, she will conquer all the milestones when she's good and ready. But it's been hard to rewire my brain to not jump to that comparison.

It's scary how much they look like each other.

Little Girl (because she's becoming less and less of a baby every day) just turned 9 months last week and there are some truly amazing things she can do and some really funny things too. For example, if I lay down on the floor and lift my shirt up, she immediately rushes over from where ever she was, drops what she was doing, to face plant into my belly. I assume she's trying to blow raspberries on my belly like I do to her when I change her diaper, but she can't quite blow out, so it's just an open-mouthed face plant. She also thinks it's really funny when someone sneezes.

But I still hear about babies who can say Dada and Mama to the correct parent at this age, or babies who are already walking and I can't help but think my baby is falling behind. How do you deal with not comparing your child (or yourself, or your marriage, etc.) to others?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

I've been neglecting my blog

There are just so many more things I'd rather be doing than updating my blog. Like playing with this little one!

We've done some pretty fun things lately. Evie tried avocados, and loved it.

Figured out how to open the wipes.

And spent a weekend of two firsts at once: Camping at the beach

We had a ton of fun at the beach and Little Girl *LOVED* it. She couldn't get enough of it. Just like her mom. :)
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