Thursday, June 5, 2008

We're not in Isaquah anymore

We have now been gone a week. So far everyone seems to be doing ok. I am finally over jet lag and Addie is sleeping great.
Edith, on the other hand, has mastered the power nap. Falling sound asleep complete with splayed arms. Waiting 10 seconds. Opening eyes and giving a big grin. Being completely awake and alert for the next few hours.

Edith who last month didn't care at all about eating is now loving it. She talks, grunts, smiles, and flails her legs when she knows food is coming. She is a big fan of sweet potatoes and likes carrots, too.

Addie has been asking about seeing her friends, but is doing great with the transition. Luckily Trekker is considered one of her friends and she gets to see him quite often. She also was very disappointed when we were driving around today that there were no paragliders. She asked if they were at work (that's where I claim they are when they aren't in the sky). I told her there are no paragliders in Boylston. She said "Mom, we are not in Boylston, we are in the car."

And finally a funny story. Addie starts grunting and grunting. I ask her what she is doing. She tells me, "getting Edie out." I question her again, "getting Edie out?" She says "yah mom, out of my tummy." Apparently she was in the middle of giving birth to Edie. Random and funny.


ForresterMom said...

that is waay too funny. And if you read my blog, you'll see Jack has been asking about addie too. I told him we will try to call you soon so he can talk to her. We miss you guys! Glad to hear you are doing well though. Send us your new address!

Amy said...

Love the birth story. HILARIOUS.

Nina Adriana said...

Ha, ha, ha. (Still laughing uncontrollably over the birth story.) Where does she come up with these things?