Lately I have no inspiration when it comes to titling my posts.
Last Friday as my husband was getting ready for work, I was scooting off our bed and somehow, I dislocated my knee. I've done this many times before, too many to count really, but this time, it would NOT POP BACK. There I was, knee hanging there at a weird angle, screaming and freaking out. The freaking out was two-fold. Obv., I was freaking from the pain, but the second reason was having your lower leg dangling at a very unnatural angle FEELS WEIRD.
After my husband tried twisting my leg to get it to pop back, which did not work, oh no, it only made it hurt more, I bumped my kneecap with my hand, accidentally, and POP, back it went.
I hate my knees.
After reading a few articles about the Dr. Browns plastic baby bottles and dangerous chemicals, we're switching to glass bottles. I have read a few articles that have said it was much ado about nothing, but I don't even want to chance it when it comes to by babeh.
For the first 5 or so months, I hand washed all of my bottles. In the past two months I've been using the dishwasher to save time. Apparently putting the plastic bottles in the dishwasher gets them too hot and they may leach chemicals into the formula. Supposedly if you hand wash in warm water it is okay to use the plastic, but since I've already washed them in the dishwasher, we're gonna replace them all. Stupid chemicals!
Anyone else switching to glass? Pros and cons?
Violet turned 7 months old yesterday. We took a quick family walk (with my knee being jacked up and all) and she loved it. There is something about having the wind in her face that makes her incredibly happy.
I still get my weekly emails from babycenter.com, which I've been getting since I was pregnant. They fill you in on what is going on with your baby and what milestones they may be approaching in the coming weeks.
One snippet said it may be time to offer your baby a sippy cup. Also, bits of food that can be mushed easily in the mouth. Are they for reals? SIPPY CUPS?
I'm not ready for this baby. Let's hit the pause button for a few months so I can catch up!