Sunday, November 13, 2011

Two Weeks Old!

Nora's accomplishments:
1. Survived first flight without any fussing
2. Lost umbilical cord stump
3. Practicing lifting her head (she loved IKEA today and wanted to look all over!)
4. Charming everyone within eyesight with her red hair and gentle demeanor. 

New Stuff in Nora's Life:
1. Enjoying her new state/city/house (and her swing as much as she can tolerate it so Mama can unpack)
2. She lost her umbilical cord stump last night (finally), but no first bath yet... how long can I get away with not bathing her?  I have NO desire to do so.  Her first bath might just be with big brother so I can kill two birds with one stone...
3. A pacifier.  I finally remembered to try one today for the car.  It worked for a little while to keep her occupied in the car.  She is not a huge fan of driving, though she seems to settle relatively easily right now.
4. Baby acne. :(  I'd almost convinced myself that she wouldn't get it, but it's starting to come up.  Just a little right now.  Maybe she won't get it quite as bad as Joseph.

A Day in the Life of Nora:
Nevermind, it's just eating and sleeping.  She had been super-angel-baby, sleeping anywhere we put her and staying that way to the point that I often woke her for feeding because I was so uncomfortable, but she's waking up now, and has a CLEAR preference for being held... just like her brother (and every other infant in the world, right!)  She's become very vocal about her desire to be held over the last couple of days.

I don't even know where my camera is, so new pictures are probably a few days away.  Moving sucks. 

1 comments:

Bexie November 13, 2011 at 10:13 PM  

Welcome to Pittsburgh! I've been reading your blog since before Joseph was born. If I happen to see you around town, I will totally come up to you and say hello. I have no idea where your house is, but Pittsburgh is notoriously a small town so it's only a matter of time, haha :).

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