Grady’s first road trip was a success. We had so much fun with him in Colorado Springs. He slept great in the hotel and loved all of the little adventures we took him on. However, fun isn’t what it used…

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Thumb Sucker

Grady is going to have the most incredible thigh muscles. He spends the entire night in his crib rotating his body in circles as he chases his thumb. His head stays put. He just peddles round and round in pursuit…

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Breastfeeding Obstacle Course

Grady instantly hated the idea of breastfeeding. I tried everything. He screamed at the top of his tiny little lungs as soon as he saw my boob. Flattering, really. At any given hour in the hospital you could find a…

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Two Months Old

Wow. Two months past already. I will admit, the saying about time flying by is certainly true. At the ripe old age of two months, Grady has mastered such incredible feats. He can sorta suck his thumb. He rolls over…

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In Da Club

It’s possible that Grady is not our son. He loves club music. Jason and I couldn’t be further from “club people.” But when the screaming starts, I turn to artists like Pitbull and Drake (that might not be their birth…

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Grady’s Stripper Name

Your first pet’s name + The name of the street you grew up on = Your stripper name. Poor Grady will be known on stage as Ham Sandwich Arapahoe.

Motion Detectors

Babies come with so many fascinating parts. Cute little button noses. Tiny cold toes. Itty Bitty mouths with incredibly precious smiles. And motion detectors. How does he do it? Grady can be fast asleep for an hour. The minute, no…

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There’s nothing sadder than a constipated baby. Unless you’re the mother of a constipated baby.

One Month Old

Hard to believe Grady is a month old. He wasn’t having the best day but I just popped in Baby Einstein for the first time and it seems his birthday is taking a turn for the better. He’s really loving…

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Grady in a Car.

I stopped by the fire department to see if we had him strapped in correctly and safely. Turns out we were seconds from being reported to Child Services. The straps were so tight, this picture could have been of him…

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