We are three days away from getting out of the hotel we have been living in waiting for our house to close. Wednesday we get the house, we have to paint our room and Doyle's (right now his room is pink). Then we get our stuff out of storage on Friday. Doyle will once again have his own room and his crib back. living in a one room hotel with a baby is not the best. It will be nice to finally settle in.
I can't believe on Friday I will have an 8 month old! I am amazed how the time has flown by.
want- so excited for your house! I was pregnant when we moved and had to spend one week in a hotel and one week in a house waiting on our things to arrive. I could not imagine doing that with a baby.
So things have been going good over here. Little one is rolling on to her tummy as soon as you lay her down now and is working on rolling back to her back. We have entered the curiosity stage and she must touch, see, and hold everything you are messing with. I am loving it! She is also teething like crazy! I just purchased a teething necklace so we shall see how that works.
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