I’m still not used to this silly time change but our houseguest tonight is very cute and giggly. Being a grandmother is truly the best!
When my son was almost 6 years old I’d begun to wonder if he’d be an only child like me(which I prayed he wouldn’t be)or if he’d get the baby “gurlu” he wanted or baby brother one day.
A week or so before his sixth birthday we found out a baby sibling was on the way for him. I kept telling myself it was a boy so I wouldn’t get my hopes up but I knew in my heart it was the baby gurlu Cody asked for.
Now we have 3 Baby Gurlies!!!! I’m so glad Cody’s daughter has these two loving aunts to watch her grow and learn. For 6 1/2 years I was a boy-mom to the sweetest little guy and enjoyed it very much but now look at us!!! Beyond blessed!!!
Here are some of my, “Can’t Live Withouts.”
Even though Sophia is too young to use essential oils I use these on my neck and when I hold her she can smell them. Tummy All Better helps with colic and Sniffle Stopper makes her breathe easier since she’s had RSV lately. When she is 2 I’m definitely getting her a big set of the Kid Safe Synergies.
My poor little Baby Sophia, precious granddaughter has RSV. She’s nearly five months old and was diagnosed last night with this nasty illness. She’s the third young infant girl in our family to have it. My daughter, Paige had it at 10 weeks old in 2002 and my youngest, Jenna at 3 months in 2012.
Paige was hospitalized for two nights and Jenna came right home from the ER. My son, Cody(Sophia’s Dad)had a horrible illness right before his first birthday in 1996 and I’m sure it was RSV but that was before they put a label on it to scare parents to death.
I’m a big vaccine advocate and I’m wondering why the vaccine for RSV is not part of the infant vaccine schedule. I know for a fact it’s mandatory for preemies since at least 1998, maybe someday soon all babies can be protected. The barking cough is so horribly similar to Pertussis.
Here’s my sweet girl on her bday and with her mommy and daddy in December. Wishing her a speedy recovery.
Sophia is 4 months old and already enjoying tactile learning. Every little thing she grasps in her little hands amazes her, little baby toys, safe household items like small containers to her Aunt Jenna and Aunt Paige’s hair. She takes delight in them all. We made musical instruments out of junk this morning and the sounds made her so happy!