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6:20 Ben gets about of Bed and I have every intention of getting out of bed.
6:23 Baby fusses and Ben puts back in his pacifier & pats his back so he calms down.
6:27 I get out of bed and pump for 20 minutes while Ben finishes getting ready and leaves for work
6:59 I eat a bowl of cereal at the computer and wonder how long I have till baby wakes up.
10:38 Wake up to a fussing baby who calms right down with a bottle
10:53 Change diaper
10:55 Coo, kick, and giggle together while I eat a bagel and drink my morning zeal
10: 59 Start a load of Linc’s dirty laundry
11:18 Linc is tired of kicking around on his back so we move on to dancing to my Disney pandora station
11:40 Take a break from dancing to sit on the couch
12: 37 Remember to switch laundry from the washer to the dryer
12:56 Get baby
12:57 Baby cries hysterically while I prep his bottle
12:57 Baby calms right down to eat
1:20 Lincoln hangs out in the mamaroo while I clean the kitchen + grab an apple and hummus for lunch. We chat about the different things I’m putting away and then I sing and dance to more Disney on pandora for Linc’s entertainment (but unlike earlier, this time he’s still in the mamaroo). I count it as cardio and after half an hour I’m out of breath.
2:45 The little boy boycotts full length afternoon naps so we’re up for more food, another diaper change, and some fun on the exercise ball
^You can’t tell from this shot, but I think we have more children’s books in Japanese, Spanish, and French than we do in English. I love the bilingual Hungry Caterpillar book because Ben can read it in Spanish and I can read it in English 🙂
Also, I’ve been a fan of Snickers since I was super young (one of my first American candy memories from growing up in Japan is buying Snickers after school with my allowance) and while the classic is great, I am really loving the new flavors. The almond is my favorite (not pictured because it didn’t last long enough to be photographed). Have you tried them?
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