Recovering and Uh Oh as a phrase

Today was a special day for me at church as I was to be the lay Worship Leader. I love my church as it’s a come as you are place, so I’m often in T shirts and jeans, and I could have worn pants and a nice top, but instead I decided to wear a nice dress and blazer. Since I have so few pictures of William with me when I’m dressed up, I made sure to have a photo taken after I picked him up from church nursery.

William’s appetite has luckily increased since receiving his shots on Friday. He eagerly slurped his bottle, which is now half whole milk and half formula.

While at the nursery, JoAnna had dropped a toy and said “Uh oh”. William repeated it as well. This is the first time that I’ve heard of him actively repeating a phrase. It’s not one that Matt or I commonly use, so it may have even been the first time he’d heard it.

At home he was happily playing with toys, though he still likes turning them over. He’s an active cruiser who I saw made a full loop around the living room table.

With this extra movement comes the need to make sure he doesn’t touch heavy things. Matt was pulling things away from his grasp.

William has many great toys, yet with them in the same room, a lot of times he’d rather try to grab the adult things all around him.

~ Danielle

Author: Over40FirstTimeMom.com

45 year old mother to our infant son, William, with my husband, Matt. We live in California with our mischievous cat, Inky. I love our local sports teams (Go Giants! Go Sharks!), photography, the beach, WWE, reading and now spending lots of time as a family with one kid and one cat.

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