Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Mamatography: Week 6 2/1-2/7

This is week 6 of the Mamatography challenge from Luschka at Diary of a First Child.

Here is my week 5 Mamatography.

This has been quite eventful week here.  I'm glad it has been well documented with photographs.

I think I posted the picture I took on the 1st last week, so I'm starting with Thursday February 2nd.  Little Boss smacked the peanut in the face with a plastic bucket on Thursday.  This was the first time my baby has bled from THIS kind of injury.  Once she bumped her face on a chair arm, but that just doesn't compare to this.  I've never heard my peanut scream like this.  I had to call my mom.  She just happened to be staying home from work, and she lives only a few minutes away.  She came to my rescue.  Now that it's been almost a week the cut is almost completely healed, and the bruising is s l o w l y going away.

Poor Little Peanut.  :(
This was Friday.  After the Chiropractor, and before Books and Babies.  We found a new park that had sand in it.  I think that's fairly rare these days...

Saturday- We took a walk down to feed the horse a carrot.  The horse wasn't outside so we got a special treat to see them in the barn.  Peanut still isn't so sure about horses.

Peanut got some weird rash all over the torso and her back.  I called the doctor's office and they told me to put hyrdocortisone on it!  That didn't fly with this Mama.  I did give her a single dose of Benadryl because when I called back to talk to a more competent nurse she said if it was an allergic reaction to something it would go away.  I used it mostly for diagnostic purposes.  The rash didn't go away with Benadryl, but it was gone Monday morning.  Thank goodness.  

Monday- Playing around with a mask at the little boss' house.

Tuesday was the our two year wedding anniversary.  We took the peanut the Exploratorium in San Francisco.  Then we had lunch at a restaurant my old roommate works at in the city.  We got to have dinner alone at a fancy restaurant we have been wanting to try for quite some time.  It was sooo nice.  We had a real adult conversation.  There was no talk of the peanut, and I only brought up placenta a few times.  Very refreshing.  I actually felt rejuvenated for work today.  Mister and I havent had a whole day off together since we moved.

This was a bubble experiment.

Clearly we are ocean people.  :)

Here is to a less eventful week this next week!!


  1. Love the last picture! Here's to a brighter coming week!!

  2. I, too, LOVE That last picture! And those gorgeous curls on your little girl. Beautiful!