Happy and content one minute... Totally freaking out the next. I always put her in bed straight up and down (if that makes sense), but she manages to scoot over to the corners all the time. Look at this waffle head!
Here's a few more pictures of our chunky monkey - obviously growing very well... She LOVES the bath. Actually, it is more like a spa treatment than a bath - I would like it too! :) She looks so old to me in this picture. Sorry, can't figure out how to get the red-eye out.
Mommy can't find my mittens, so we had to put socks on my hands so I won't scratch myself. I look so peaceful in these pictures, but I'm awake again...always awake...in fact I was awake until 6 a.m. this morning and now I want to be awake again! I hope Mommy can stay awake with me!
On Mother's Day we all went to Mimi and Pops' house to eat and hang out. I took a long nap with Aunt Melissa, and then I met my cousin Grady. He was due before me, but ended up coming 2 days after I was born. He was wide awake for the whole thing, but I was very, very sleepy.
Boy does my Daddy love me! I think it is because I already look so much like my Mommy, except I'm a little bigger than she was when she was born. This week I had my first bath at home. I didn't really know what to think about it. I got all dressed up after I was clean. Too bad I threw up and pooped on that outfit right after I put it on. Sometimes wearing a blanket is just easier...
As Noa and I adjust to our new eating and sleeping schedule (or lack of one), we've been very bad about putting new pictures up. Our friend Vanessa took some pictures on Sunday, so I thought I would post the link so everyone can get their Noa fix. She is such a sweetie! We are having so much fun getting to know her - we just stare at her all day long. Anyway, enjoy! Here's the link: www.pbase.com/vanessak/russ_jackie__noa
Noa has been having a little trouble with Jaundice. It is nothing to worry about, but Dr. Hutton wanted us to put her in sunlight (through a window) continually throughout the day. Unfortunately, we don't get any direct sunlight in our house, so we have to take her out to the car and turn her like a rotisserie chicken! I feel like she will burn because she gets so red, but I think she likes it. The first "treatment" was the first time I was able to really look at her body, since she's been wrapped up so much. Look at all that peach fuzz!! Today at the doctor, we got a good shot of her Werewolf ear. This must be what takes over her body during feedings... Just hangin' out in the Boopy waiting for Mom to get ready. Just one last shot of a typical day this week.