Tights--hm, I think we might actually have some. I can look at home...
I am sorry to hear T's been having some bad potty days lately. I have embraced the fact that potty training is going to mean handling accidents for a while, even once she's "done", but it still sucks to actually have to deal with it. Do you keep a potty in the car? I can't remember...Addy really doesn't like using big public toilets either, but she thinks sitting on her little potty in parking lots is awesome. Whatever works! Poor T, though...I really hope the steroid cream helps her feel better!
ETA: My mom just emailed that she peed in the potty again and is still accident free so far this morning.
Last edited by cactuswren; 10-08-2012 at 01:01 PM.
That's why my SIL and I (for our business) make all our pants with a cute rollable cuff. Kids are not standard shapes and sizes! Addy's been wearing 3-6m shorts the past few days because without a diaper they actually fit perfectly. Weird.
Wish us luck...Addy goes diaperless to my Mom's today....
Kids totally grow in different sizes! Frustrating when you're not in the 50% average for everything at this age. Gumball pants at the BX are perfect right now amazingly .... just wish they had something other than fleece pants available right now.
Originally Posted by redneckgirl82884
I'm finding that the older Madison gets, the harder it is to get her in pants that fit. She needs 24mo length, but 12mo size waist. The girl has no butt.
Her and Aiden are opposites!
Originally Posted by AnnaRO
At Lyla's well visit in the exam room waiting for the ped. She just climbed a chair and then fell head first.
At 3am I was awake and considering starting up a hyponobabies track when I heard a thud and a cry. I instantly knew he had fallen off the bed via the bottom. I screamed "OMG CHRIS MY BABY!!!" That woke him up instantly and of course I can only get out of bed and down the hall so fast so he totally beat me in there. Aiden clung to him and didn't want me. Thankfully he didn't seem to hit his toddler desk or chair. Ugh. We have bumpers on both sides, but not the bottom. Wondering now if I should put some on there too. This kid must move a ton in his sleep now because when we checked on him before we went to bed he was up at the top with his head on a pillow! My heart stopped and it totally scared me.
OMG Jackie, yikes! Addy fell out of bed in the middle of the night once in Costa Rica--she was in a hotel bed by herself with blankets rolled up for bumpers on either side but they weren't very good bumpers and I guess she rolled over one. It was a hard floor but not a very high bed so I think she was really more startled than hurt.
I doubt it'll happen very often, but if you just want some peace of mind I don't see the harm in adding one more bumper either. I left a gap at the bottom, but Addy climbs in and out right over hers.
Omg. We have such dumb sellers at times on the base swap page. This lady is selling a prince lion heart wipes warmer (the exact one I've been considering getting for cloth wipes) and has it listed for more than a brand new one costs. I told her this, offered her less accordingly, and she said she will never lower the price for her used one. Good luck lady selling it then.