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Random thoughts: goings ons and stuff

One: Staci went back to work today...I know it won't be easy for her. A bit ago I did a post about finding a day care provider. We actually backed out of that in-home day care and instead will have a family friend watch Miloh at our house. Miloh already knows her and this will makes things much easier for us.

Two: I swear to the Cocoa Puff bird that Miloh say's 'Hi.' He really does. I know he's not saying it like we say it...he doesn't know what it means but he says it. What makes it better is he's said it after I said hi.

I also felt like I heard him say 'Kenny' once but I was super sleepy at the time.

Three: I tried to get a 'hi' on video but I got nothing...well I got some smiles. So that the few minutes of him not saying 'hi' adds to the hours of video of him not rolling over (he's done it at least 3 times but refuses to do it on camera except for the first one.

Four: Little dude screams like crazy when he's hungry and there is no bottle in him. Before he would just cry a bit for a bottle and maybe get fidgety when we burped him. Now he goes nutso if we burp him while feeding...all hell breaks loose. But I hear this is normal

It's also weird that he cries tears. This started happening a bit ago but I don't think he had tears the first few weeks. The tears only add to the guilt/devestation of a wail even if we know they're not because he's upset.

Five: Below is the video of some smiles, but sadly no 'hi' other than mine in a falsetto that I was hoping would make him happy. Notice that in the end he tries to hit me...just saying. Also I know that last time I said my next video would be of him staring at a grape...this is pretty much the same thing.



Six: Staci and I have developed a bit of a Keurig addiction...we got a machine for our home. It kind of sucks because there is a lot of waste, but I try to use the thing where you use your own beans. Plus it's probably less waste than a cup and lid from a coffee house. Plus the coffee is good.

Normal drip coffee makes me sleepy. I once heard, from Laird Hamilton in an interview, that drip coffee has less antioxidants and more toxins in it than espresso because of the amount fo time the water sits on the grounds. I'm thinking Keurig is closer to espresso in that respect because the water is pushed through the grounds quickly. Either way it tastes good and I don't get sleepy.

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  1. not sure how i stumbled upon your blog, but i think it's great. miloh is adorable.

    ~Bethany from cartwheelsoup.blogspot.com

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  2. I swear that I hear milo say stuff all the time. Like I asked him if he was done eating breakfast this morning? and I swear to anything he said "i dont know". He does put a few syllables together, but, I know its not possible. Weirds me out sometimes though.

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