Monday, January 05, 2009

Alive

yes I am alive....just have been very busy with the kids and taking care of the house. And extremely tired of the snow. We got another 5 inches or more today. UGGG! Now the weather man has said that we will get a warming spell (above freezing) which means all this snow is going to melt, and we might have some flooding issues. FUN! *can you just hear the sarcasm dripping from that?*

Anyway... I do have some happy news to report. Lady Bug is officially flipping over from her back to her tummy. She started today. She has done it several times. I got it on video, but I am having a hard time getting it to upload, so I will try again tomorrow.

It is cool that she is flipping over. Cute to watch really. She gets so frustrated once she gets on her tummy because then she doesn't know what to do. Her arms are usually pinned under her chest so I have to come and help her out. I know it will be only a matter of time when she will be a pro at the flipping and will be going from her tummy to her back too. It is strange that she is 4 months and two weeks old and is able to do this. I know it is normal, but I can't help but remember Bug when he was this little and he really was NO WAY near flipping over. I think he finally learned how to lift his head up while laying on his tummy about this time. And that was a huge task for him to learn. You would never know it by the way he gets around now a days that he was late at most of his gross motor skill development.

I am not sure if I am ready for Lady Bug rolling around. But I guess I don't have a choice.
I am holding on for dear life!

~Brenda

3 jittering comments:

Kristen said...

Awww that's so bittersweet!

jennbecc said...

I can't wait to see video...and then of her crawling...and sitting up...and walking! I love all these milestones!

Mrs. Mordecai said...

It's so crazy when kids start moving around! It's great to see the progress, though! Congratulations.

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