It’s been quiet around Mom’s blog the last few days.
That may have something to do with me.
I realize that Mom hasn’t written much. She probably forgot just how much spare time she would have with a newborn in the house. Maybe she has shifted from blogging to writing the great American novel. I’m not really sure. Regardless, to help her out, I thought I would post some pictures. Because, let’s face it, I’m adorable. And way more interesting than Mom’s commentary on life. Or any potential novel.
I arrived home Sunday night and quickly settled into my new digs. I love it around here. Mom and Dad have some friends who are serious Alabama fans. Don’t think I haven’t noticed the Alabama mascot infiltration. I wasn’t born yesterday. My sisters promise to bring a Leprechaun to balance things out.
My time has been filled with feedings and diaper changes. Sometimes people can’t decide what to do with me. So they convene a committee to figure out what to do next.
There are lots of cuddles, which I love. I spent so much time in the NICU, that Mom says it’s open season on holding me. As I’m fairly popular, Mom is thinking of installing a number ticket dispenser, like at the super market deli. Just to keep some control around here.
I spend a fair amount of time online. Seriously, I am all over Zoom. I’ve been to a bunch of high school classes. I’m particularly strong in Calculus, but struggling a little with Physics. My analytical skills were particularly useful during Mommo’s Bible Study. Those women loved me and spent the better part of an hour cooing over me. Not sure it was their most productive meeting, but I was happy to entertain them. Zoom wears me out.
I’ve met my pediatrician and my home nurse. I return to see my cardiologist tomorrow. I’m working hard to gain weight. Every ounce is a victory. My cheeks are really getting full and sometimes need support.
I’ll admit it. I’m storing nuts for the winter.