Attention, attention, attention! That is what everyone wants, my attention! I’m about to go crazy and just need 5 minutes of quiet, alone, without someone screaming!
Maxwell is 3 months today. He’s smiles at me all the time. He’s giggling when we dance. He is amazing!
So, after going through the procedure to find out what’s wrong with little man, and then having his 2 month shots, he hasn’t had any problems since. So, maybe it is a dairy and soy allergy and it just took it that long to get out of both of our systems and for him to heal. We’re starting to get into a routine.
So, it’s been almost a month now, and my little man is still in pain. Tomorrow, I have to starve him for four hours, give him a baby enema, and then watch as they stick a camera up his butt. I hate to see him go through this, but I need to figure out what is wrong with him. My poor little guy.
After months during pregnancy unable to eat the things I liked because of gestational diabetes, I found out yesterday that more than likely, my son has an allergy to milk protein. So, now I will spend the next year and a half without eating dairy. No cheese, no yogurt, no cream, no milk chocolate. Oh the things we do for our children.
My baby boy is 1 month old. I will never again hold a brand new baby. My little boy is betting bigger and bigger. I am falling apart.
My world is complete. I now have everything I could ever dream of. I have a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, and now a handsome son.
Christmas is my favorite time of year. I love all of the baking and parties and fun times with my family. This year, I’m 8 months pregnant and have gestational diabetes, and am being monitored very heavily for the onset of pre-eclampsia. So, this year just hasn’t been all I like it to be.
My little girl is almost 3 years old, and this weekend will be the first time that we leave her overnight. Since we are having our baby boy in just 4 1/2 weeks, we figured it would be a good idea to test out how she does being left overnight (waking up without Mommy) before we head off to the hospital for 4 nights.
Two dinners in one day is just too much, especially when you have a 2 year old and you are trying to keep your blood pressure under control. But, I kept it down enough to be home in my own bed tonight.