This was right after I walked into her room and saw her pacifier (she only plays with it, doesn't use it. sigh.), little stuffed owl, and blanket all thrown on the floor of her room from her crib. She now stands up in her crib, holds onto the railing, and throws everything out. This starts already? Really?
I laid her on the changing table the wrong way. Well, for me anyway. Like, her head was to my right. I felt all backwards and out of sorts, because, I prefer her head to be on the left of the changing table. My hands? They just function better in diaper-changing-mode when she's laying MY way.
Does that make me weird?
So I had to pick her up and flip flop her to the other side. Because my lazy, tired, morning brain just doesn't do diaper changing that way.
She feeds the dog now. As in, every time she's in her high chair he is sitting right down below staring up at her. She grabs a handful (or sometimes just one) of puffs/yogurt melts/turkey/chicken whatever the heck she's eating, leans over the side, and he meets her hand.
They are sneaky like that.
Yesterday? At the mall, while we were eating lunch, she was in her stroller munching on some snacks like a big girl. I watched her take a puff and just chuck it on the floor. I'm sure she was expecting a little 12lb dog to come along and eat it. I had to tell her 'no'. And of course, she has no idea what I mean.
This is my life, people.
I went roller-skating last night. Like, OLD SCHOOL ROLLER SKATING. My sister-in-law's 30th birthday party was there (yes, I said 30, NOT 13.) and it was FUN. It really, really was.
I was scared to death to put skates on. I hadn't done it in forever, as our rink has been closed for a long time and was just recently reopened again. I literally felt like I was on ice. I was skeered.
However, it was totally one of those things that you DO get used to again surprisingly. It was a blast. And yes, I woke up kind of sore this morning. What does that make me? No, really? Is that lame?
And that? That's all I got. Apparently I don't even have the brain power to put together a decent post this morning.