And of course the first time you call for a parent by name (even if you just got lucky making noises), you're gonna get some cuddles.
So, I went to bed really late. I don't feel that tired; I've adjusted to the sleep deprivation, except that my eyebrows hurt. I wake up most morning wondering if Botox would fix that.
It's still holy cow hot here. Seventy-five inside at 7 am. I don't have a heat-avoidance activity planned for today yet.
The third tooth has broken through. This is very good news for all involved.
How do you decide a baby needs a first haircut? I am opposed to my kid having the wispy stuff on her neck, aesthetically. I''m opposed to bangs for her too, because her head is growing so fast and her hairline marches back all the time so the whole top of her head would be bangs pretty fast.
I'm also opposed to hair in her eyes, for obvious reasons.
I do know I'm only in charge of this briefly, but I'm absolutely in charge of haircut selection at least until she says more than two words.
There are like forty hairs in a clump that I'm tempted to trim off the back but... Is baby's first haircut supposed to be more dramatic than that?