Thursday, May 25, 2006

stage 1 diapers

Hannah has out grown her newborn diapers. This was very sad for me. It makes me think she is getting big too fast. I know she will not stay small forever, but I enjoy her being little. She has grown so much this month.

Hannah and Daddy

Once I went back to work I would get up and feed Hannah, then put her in the bed with Derrick. She always seemed to sleep longer for him than when I was home. It was hard not to just crawl back in the bed with them.

Monday, May 22, 2006

testing the seat

We wanted to see if Hannah liked her feeding seat. Since she likes outside so much we thought that would be a good place to test it. So far so good.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

diaper shower

My second grade class gave me a diaper shower. They wanted to give me a shower before Hannah was born, but she came too early. They also gave me a few little outfits for her. They are a great group of times. Thanks Sheri for being so thoughtful.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Grandpa Mike & Grandma Nene

Grandpa Mike and Grandma Nene came to stay with Hannah and I for a few days. Derrick went to Land Between the Lakes with the first graders from my school. They had planned on coming because we did not think Hannah would go to daycare during the month of May. I had hoped she would get to stay with daddy. He ended up having to work everyday. I think Grandpa Mike and Grandma Nene had a good time with her. I am glad they were able to come and keep her for me. Thanks for taking time off work to come.

Friday, May 5, 2006

first time to stay home with dad

I went back to work this week. Derrick decided to keep Hannah at home with him today. I have to admit I was a little worried, but they seemed to do just fine. He said she was fussy so he put her in the swing. When he checked on her this is what he found. Dad will have to learn to buckle her in. 

big week

This has been a big week for Hannah. She went to Mrs. Sheri's and Nana's all week and outgrew all of her preemie clothes. She did good at daycare. I was glad to get to take her and get her settled before going across the street to work. It was very hard going back to work, but knowing she was being well taken care of made it a little easier. I called all week during my lunch to check on her.