Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Happy February!

Hey all! Things around here are pretty nice. Nice weather, nice baby, nice nice nice. Gearing up to head back to work in a few weeks. Yet another transition to make! I hope it goes smoothly. As of right now we are dealing with some bottle issues (specifically: she hates it) so we have about three weeks to get her to love that surrogate milk provider. I have a feeling that's NEVER going to happen, but if worse comes to worse we'll just have to feed her like a little birdie. Fun times! I don't blame her though... There's nothing too natural about a bottle, so I wouldn't expect it to be something that comes very easily, if at all.

Anyhoo, here are some pics. June is getting distracted by just about everything these days. You can literally see the wheels turning in her head when she fixates on something. She's "talking" a lot. Loves the sound of her own voice. She's still a firecracker of a baby. But a sweet firecracker. I don't think that's going to change anytime soon! All in all it's been really fun watching her take everything in. Fun and funny and sweet.

Here are some more pictures, take care all!

Almost three months old...

Future couch potato? Let's hope not.

She hates Oprah, she's more of an Ellen girl.

June with Grandma Jan!

1 comment:

  1. Try lots of different kinds of bottle nipples--different brands, shapes, flow, etc. Also, try warm breast milk or cold straight out of the fridge...Olive loves her milk COLD! And then, try different positions, Olive would only take a bottle sitting up, facing forward on our laps. she did not like to be reclined.

    Good Luck!