Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Sanity... Welcome Back Old Friend

Why didn't anyone tell me that having a baby was entering into a world of endless stages?! First it's the newborn "sleep deprivation stage"... then comes "stand up and hold me or else I'll scream"... followed by "I'm starving always"... and now we are in "look at me, pick me up, watch my every move or else I'm going to go ballistic!" This has been the most challenging of all. MY HOUSE IS TRASHED... well it was.. until I discovered this baby: (Not the actual baby... the toy.) It's a little piece of heaven on earth my friends. (Jay is too.)In case you can't tell... he can walk around, and around, and around, and around... you get the point. It's great. It has a cool little piano that changes what it plays as you flip through the book in front of it. It has a tray and about ten other toys to choose from. Then when he can actually walk and stand, the seat comes off. Genius! Love love love this.

Anyhow, other than that Jay is teething and learning to crawl. Pretty cute. Love love love him too.

5 comments:

Grandmajan said...

So many challenges in life have to be experienced to have meaning. No one can adequately describe the experience of living with a sweet, adorable, baby. It is the most exhausting, yet satisfying experience ever. Welcome to the club :).

Glad you found a fascinating way to entertain your little guy. It makes me smile. Wish you could find something similiar for older kids - but the way it works now...you travel in circles for years to come. Enjoy!

Shannon said...

Way to find a way to keep Jay occupied! He's as cute as ever Stacy. How old is he now?

James and Chelsea said...

Oh, he is so cute! Life is good over here. Yes, my mom is on the news tonight at 10pm. Fun huh! Jim Duthie is working for channel 7 and they asked if he knew anyone that had food storage. Guess he knew that my mom had lots!!! So make sure and watch!!

Alex and Marie said...

That is a cool toy! I've never seen one of those.

By the way, the way you write is so fun/funny/entertaining. Thanks. I quite enjoy it.

RDavidson said...

oh my heavens this is how I felt about his jump-a-roo..from about 6 months to 11 months he would play in there all day and never get bored! Best investment everrr! :)