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Toddle Along Tuesday: "Why, I Never...!"

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This week's topic is things you never thought you would do.

I never thought I would...

  • Sob, and I mean full on sob, after our bouncy seat ran out of batteries one time.
  • Become a stay-at-home mom, then a work-at-home mom.
  • Watch, for lack of a better word, a baby poop rainbow spray across a room at 3 a.m. (Aren't you happy I don't have a picture of this one?)
  • Put my baby  in front of the T.V. 
  • Give up dairy for over a year (and counting) to continue breastfeeding.
  • Know all the words to at least 7 different Fischer Price toy songs.
  • Be happy to sleep into 7:45. 

This list could go on and on. What are some things you thought you would never do as a parent?





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Katie said…
Some of those sound familiar! It's so funny how things change when you become a mom.
Lollis said…
I too have seen the rainbow. Unfortunately in my sleep deprived haze, I tried to catch it!
Caroline said…
wow, bigtime kudos to you for the breastfeeding! Can't be easy!
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