Sunday, June 15, 2008
nine months

Typical Day:
Between 6:00 and 7:00 am - Wake up and have a bottle
Between 7:00 and 8:00 am - First Nap
9:30 am - Wake up and play, have oatmeal and fruit
11 am - Bottle
12 pm - Second Nap
~ 2 pm - Wake up and play
3 pm - Bottle and veggies
Play, go for a walk
4-5 pm - Quick Third Nap (this is getting dropped more often than not)
6:30 (if no third nap) / 7:30 (if they had third nap) - Bottle and Bed

There's one less bottle than the last time I listed their schedule and it's amazing how much less work 12 bottles seem than 15.


Britta is crawling everywhere. She has moved from the military crawl to full-on crawl. She can also pull herself up and stand on the couch and on steps. Boy howdy, that little girl is just a busy little thing. She's an absolute sweetheart and so much fun.


Drake is still not interested in rolling or scootching or crawling. We are working with him on it, but it's just not where he's at. I think that's slowly starting to change - this morning David said he was rolling some. He's the most needy, but he is so sweet. He's the easiest for eating and going to sleep (and knowing he's not going to wind up in the dog's food bowl).


Jack is smiling all the time. He is just a big, big guy. He's outgrowing all of his clothes and I need to buy him more stuff. He's scootching - usually backwards - a lot these days. He's very happy and loves to giggle and is such a great kid.


These little guys are a lot of work, but they are also so much fun!

I need to sleep, though. The more sleep I have the more I can deal with the work of it and more fun it is. Good night.
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