Comments: Ho-Hum, Nothing Much Going On Around Here...

lol! Love the sports bottle thing! I'm an avid breast-feeding advocate, too. God knew what He was doing. I'm thankful that bottles exist for those women who can't breastfeed, and for daddies to have the occasional delight of getting to feed their little ones.

Posted by Kim at November 7, 2004 02:22 PM

My husband and I have a deal that I fill them up and he cleans them up. :) He's really never cared about feeding them, but I know a lot of dads really take pleasure in doing so and there are a lot of other reasons to bottle-feed. Both of my older ones probably got one bottle each, when we went out somewhere, but we're boring enough that that's about all we went out during their babyhoods without them.

Posted by Jordana at November 7, 2004 04:58 PM

Hey, good deal! Mine never liked bottles or pacies. They wanted Momma only, which made it difficult to leave the house without them. We did get out now and then, but it was only for 2 hours at a time. I just love breastfeeding. A blessing in so many ways.

Posted by Kim at November 7, 2004 10:33 PM

This is starting to sound like my house. Neither child would take a bottle (even filled with breast milk), so I got out of the feeding part. It's not like I got to sleep in anyway, but I got the output without the input too.

Posted by skinnydan at November 8, 2004 08:33 AM

Oh she is a sweetie, and I'm sorry I didn't stop in before to say Mazel Tov; I didn't get a heads up. What a beautiful little miracle.

It is odd how big the older one's seem. I remember that with my kids; expecially between the oldest and her brother.

Mazel Tov! and may she live till 120 years, all in good health of body, mind, heart and soul.

Posted by Rachel Ann at November 8, 2004 09:49 AM

Babies in the house tend to be so entertaining and time consuming that you just don't get out much, besides shopping for food and other essentials.

The best part about feeding a baby, after a successful burping (just air with a minimum amount of liquid or none at all coming up) is when the baby falls asleep on your chest and you don't have to go anywhere for awhile. I miss the sound, smell and warmth of those times, but I thank God for the time I was blessed to experience that.

Posted by MarcV at November 8, 2004 10:13 AM

And don't you love feeling thinner?!??!

Posted by Melissa at November 8, 2004 01:28 PM