Sunday, January 2, 2011

Baby On The Move!

This is random, but we have been putting Paige in her crib at night now for a couple of nights now. Up until now, she has been sleeping next to our bed in a bassinet or in a pack n' play. I have to admit that I am having a hard time letting her go. I want her to keep sleeping in our room, but at the same time, I don't want her to sleep in our room for the rest of her life. So at some point, she will have to get used to her bed in her room. Right!?!?

Last night, I put her to bed at the bottom of her crib. You can see from the pictures where she was laid because of the blankets.

This is how I found her this morning.
She moved all the way from the bottom of the crib to the top and turned herself. Paige is getting really good leg strength. I try to remind her quite often to take her time growing up, but I think she will be crawling before I know it. Kind of makes me sad! :(

On another note: My new years resolution is to be better at blogging. I am not concerned about people reading my posts, but I would like to have documentation for my girls. I want to be able to look back in 20 years and have some sort of journal kept for them.
I have a couple of posts in the works, so check back frequently. I am hoping this is one resolution I can keep!


Pattersonfamilyof4 said...

Tell her to slow it down. I tried to tell Conner this as well but he just watched Wy and then followed -way too quickly. Guess that's the curse of the 2nd kiddo!

Gwyl said...

She is learning how to move. Scooting all over the place.

Jenni Elyse said...

I love the 3-month picture of Paige on the side bar. Really cute!

It amazes me how much babies move in their cribs, especially when they don't move very much when they're awake. It's like she's learning how to crawl in her sleep.

Chad and Stacey said...

So cute!! Let's plan another get together. Maybe I can keep Kali occupied with something long enough to actually get to hold her!!!

Beth said...

I love this little angel!

Deon said...

Just look at her go! You are going to have to hide the car keys in a few months--she's quite the mover and the shaker!

Chelsea said...

Excellent resolution! And the movement problem is easily solved by duct tape.