Life Snippets Daily snippets of life in our homesteading madness. Welcome to the party, rockstars.
Hello. My name is Shaye. And this is my new baby, whom I love dearly. Couldn’t you just kiss those cheeks and lips for hours? I know I can. Literally. Sometimes I just sit. And kiss. And nuzzle. Like the baby-crazed Mama I am. This baby, oh this sweet little baby. I simply
You know what I like? Men. Perhaps that came out wrong. What I’m sayin’ is, I like men that are men. Not that all men aren’t actually men, but I like men that are a man’s man. You got me? I had to laugh as I watched a documentary while ironing
Oh friends. I sit down to write this amongst dirty socks, empty sippy cups, packages of wipes, and scattered art supplies. Amongst the rubble there are stuffed animals, board books, a nursing pillow, spoons that once held chocolate avocado mouse, and my Babywise book. To my right is a small pile of Owen’s dirty clothes.
Slowly but surely, things are getting back to normal around here. That is, if you count still laying on the couch as much as possible with a sore girly-parts “normal”. “Normal” last week also included a toddler that came across pink eye. And ear infections. Greeeeeeeat. Since Owen had his one week check up last
Where did I leave off? Read PART ONE HERE. Oh ya. I was about ready to push out the baby! The last hour that I spent progressing in the delivery room went very quickly. While hooked up to the monitors, it was discovered that Owen wasn’t handling the super-fast labor very well. With each contraction,
I hope I have the energy to type this. That’s the problem with these birth stories. After you’ve lived them, it’s not as easy to find the time to sit down and write about it. Alas, Georgia is asleep, my husband is brewing some tea for me and finishing the dinner dishes, and new little
I had a BABY!!!!!!!!!!! And not just any baby. A pretty dang cute one, if I do say so myself. Owen Shawn Elliott 4 lbs. 14 oz. 18 3/4 Born 11/19/2012 at 6:11 pm I can’t wait to share the full story with y’all. But I do thank you for your prayers –
Whelp. Turns out the specialists are more concerned about our little baby’s weight than anticipated. They’re talking about doing a C-section…soon…so that the baby can begin to ‘thrive’ on the outside of the womb. Apparently, it’s done all it can do in utero. Would y’all please be praying for us as we meet with our Doctor