Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Our "little" B is 6 1/2 months old! She's no longer all that little (50th percentile for height and weight at her six-month appointment), she's moving like crazy (so far rolling all over the place and scooting backwards), she is desperate to crawl forward, and loves trying new foods. Her first swimming lesson was last night and she loved it. We only dunked her head under the water once and was surprised by it, but not upset. She also loves drinking from a small cup she has with a straw. She's obsessed with straws. I blame the fact that she sees me and her nanny drinking Starbucks from a straw and is jealous! She brings us so much joy.
I finally worked up the courage to talk to my boss about flexing my schedule at work. Since I don't really want to reduce my hours, just work in the evening after B goes to sleep and sometimes go home early or arrive late, I just asked if I could occasionally do that - leave at 3, hang out with B and then work for a few hours after 7:30 PM when she is asleep. Before I even finished my sentence , he said it was fine. All of that stress and anxiety about this on my part and the conversation could not have gone better. Last Friday I worked from home for the first time and it was awesome. I worked the night before to clear my plate and took 2 calls while B was napping, but I also went to music class with her, went for a run with her in the stroller, and spent a lot of time just playing. Thanks to all of you who shared your thoughts on this with me and gave me the courage to ask.
That's really the update from here. Life is so, so good.
I think of Quinn often. I also think often about having another baby (yes, so soon). I don't know if I have the appetite for IVF, doctors, etc. after finally being healthy again after such a long time. But then I look at Blythe and I know we'd love to have another. Who knows.