So I decided to try our grocery cart cover, which works pretty well - Peyton isn't "sitting" up yet, so I have to prop her with a blanket on either side, the other day it was a cantalope on one side, and my purse on the other, she's fine with that :)
I know, I know...I chopped off her head...but you can still see her smile :)
OK - to answer a couple of questions from our Comments (yes I read every comment):
Question: Why do I split up her shots?
Answer: I have chosen to split them up at the recommendation of our Japan Coordinator - she stated that in Japan they don't give babies all of their immunizations (3 in one appt., plus the polio drops) because they feel that it is hard on such young babies to go through it all at once, they split them up. Since I think Taz knows everything there is to know (afterall she is who am I indebted to forever for finding our daughter), I have chosen to follow her recommendation. LOL - really I do think Taz has the best interest of the babies at all times, and I don't think that she would give us any advice that she didn't follow herself.
No really, I figured it made perfect sense to split them up and have it less traumatic on Peyton - as much as I HATE shots, the thought of her having three all at one time just seemed cruel - many years of infertility injections SUCKED (having multiple shots at once), I think I'd rather have one (maybe two) at a time myself.
Question 2: How do you get her to leave her sunglasses on?
Answer: PURE luck - she hasn't ever grabbed for them, although that might change since she now grabs and reaches for everything in sight...but so far, I think she is just plain used to Mommy putting crap on her ;o)
Have a question...just ask :o)
Our yummy Sukiyaki that I made for dinner last night - I LOVE Sukiyaki...
Playmat time - Yes Everything now goes in her mouth!
Peyton sleeping this morning, after rolling over from her tummy (it was nap time), I thought she looked SO cute with her little hand up.