Sunday, February 27, 2011

Busy Busy

Seems like things come and go in waves with everything, just like the ocean. School has been busy as of late and I have lots of things to do over the next few months with work. It will all get done eventually. I have had some pretty productive days lately.

I had planned on getting a lot of work done over spring break but looks like things change. I am now headed back to CA to see my grandparents for part of the week since my grandpa isn't doing too well. Hopefully EZ will survive 5 days of being with Piper by himself! This will be my first time away from her and I am kind of nervous.

This week I decided to start supplementing with formula, not too much, just 2 oz in two of her bottles. Just testing it out to see how she does. Only been a couple days but she drinks it just as if it were breastmilk. She has been waking up at all crazy hours during the night over the last week. I thought it had to do with standing up, EZ thinks maybe it is the fact that we are feeding her more solids and therefore she is drinking a little less breastmilk. Who knows.

She is a pro at standing up (pulling herself up) and is now starting to "walk" along the furniture. Scary scary that probably just a few more weeks and maybe she will be officially walking. Yikes!

Here are some photos from the last week:

She absolutely loves bathtime:

Standing up with dada:

Happy Girl:

She has figured out how to pull up on everything:


Rebecca DeWire said...

Cute pics! Whenever Elena hit new milestones, she would start waking up a lot at night. Hopefully Piper starts to sleep better for you soon.

Mandy S said...

oh, walking is such an exciting time!!! some folks say it gets harder when they start walking, but I absolutely LOVED it!! Piper is getting so big and is such a cutie!!!

Alicia Parr said...

Babies and laundry baskets. Remy still has mad love for the laundry basket.

Hope you're enjoying your trip. Piper looks healthy and wonderful. Having a walking child certainly is a different experience, but wonderful watching how proud they are at developing a major skill. She sounds like a driven little girl - just like her athletic parents.