February Playgroup

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Thu, 02-02-2012 - 11:25pm

Please let me know if your info needs to be updated!

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Fri, 02-17-2012 - 11:58am

So I started to respond to everyone, because I was feeling motivated, and Sully somehow restarted the computer!




Thank you for the sig Mary

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Fri, 02-17-2012 - 1:36pm

Going from memory - and wow has this board exploded.

Ella - YEAH for the TTC!! GL and I Hope it happens fast for you guys.

Emmy - That video was adorable!

Katie - Awesome about the date and the sitter. That's great to find one close by.

Darn...I knew there was more but I can't remember them. My brain is mush from work this morning.

AFM - Found out why Gabby hasn't been sleeping and has been nursing so much. Yep another ear infection. We are trying the drops that we had from 4 weeks ago to see if those help since we are going to the doctor for her 18 month check on Tuesday.

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Fri, 02-17-2012 - 3:36pm

Sarah - I ended up looking it up because I really like the Eloise songs (and I'm like you, kids music is NOT my thing!). I actually don't know who the singer is (I'm so confused), but they are songs that go with the Eloise books...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/recsradio/radio/B000EUMKC2/ref=pd_krex_listen_dp_img?ie=UTF8&refTagSuffix=dp_img

The one I really like is #10 (Eloise, Eloise, Eloise).

Jess - Ugh, sorry about the ongoing ear infection. Poor baby!! And congrats to your friend for having her little preemie almost home! How exciting!

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Fri, 02-17-2012 - 5:38pm

Well I just talked to DH and he says he isn't 100% sure on the name he likes it a lot but thinks it almost sounds too strong. However the chances are high that if we have a boy we will go with it. The name we are thinking of is Hector. German spelling would be Hektor. Although I think we might stick with the English spelling this time as Hector is used in Germany sometimes whereas the English spelling of Theodor is not used at all. Plus I think Hektor would look "too foreign" to most Americans. In Germany the name is not popular (thankfully- unfortunately Theodor is becoming really popular ARGH) but well known and I think quite nicely perceived- I know in the States it is a bit more you either love it or hate it but we don't live in the States so that matters much less to me:)

For a girl possibly Rosemarie. Although that is very old fashioned and "grandmaesque" here so not sure yet but we would definitely use the German spelling and not the American, Rosemary. It would also be pronounced Rose mah ree and not rose mary but that is just the normal German pronunciation.

We'll see what we end up using. We won't tell anyone here until we know if it is a boy or girl and we are 100% sure so that we don't care what other people think.

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Fri, 02-17-2012 - 11:51pm

Ash- I like the names with Theodor.


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Sat, 02-18-2012 - 2:30am
Katie- No idea whatsoever. I would really LOVE a boy or a girl this time. If it is a boy my chances for having another go up a bit and Teddy gets a brother, if it is a girl- I get my girl. So either way I am happy.

Every 60-90 minutes? You poor mom!!! So sorry!! He'll STTN again, it might take a bit but he will!

AFM: Teddy has been getting up at 6:30 instead of the usual 7:30 and it has been driving me crazy. He is totally awake and full of energy but it is too early for me! Then I saw this morning that 2 new teeth had popped through. No wonder! This morning he also slept till 7 again. It is crazy how these little things affect them- although I know we are super lucky when it comes to Teddy dealing with new teeth.
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Sat, 02-18-2012 - 9:27am

Jess- I'm so sorry to hear that Gabby has another ear infection. Charlotte had her first one (the first for our whole family) back in December, and every little ear-tug makes me nervous now. I know lots of children like your sweet Gabby who have multiple infections. Poor dear.

Katie- I hope Z's sleep settles down. Honestly, I have had at least one child NOT sleeping through the night for 6.5 years, so I don't even remember what STTN feels like. I keep telling myself that the day will come. :) Glad to hear you found a potential sitter.

Ash- Now I understand the no-homeschool law a little better. Thanks for the info. It makes sense. I was thinking of the same issue only in reverse. I don't like the idea of the "state" dictating the one-and-only way to think, but if there is real concern about "alternative" ways of interpreting history, I can see why the government takes this measure. Interesting. By the way, my DH LOVES the name Hector! He has rallied for it with all three pregnancies. It was never at the top of my list, personally, but it is a good, strong name...especially in your environment. I love Rosemarie!

Andi- Yay for sitting up! Charlotte can sit, but as soon as she wants something, she topples over. It's so cute.

Sandy- I hope David gets back into his sleeping groove.

Elyse- Yay for William on the potty! Congrats! Jonah is still soaking a diaper at night, so I think we'll be using diapers at night for quite awhile. I keep reminding myself that he won't be taking Pull-Ups to college!

Ella- Sounds like you and DH are having some good opportunites for discussing homeschooling. That's exciting. Even if you don't take that path, I think it is awesome that you are having open conversations about Eliza's education early.

Sarah- It's great to hear that Desmond is reading, even if he has memorized the book. That kind of "reading" is a real confidence booster, and I think it will help his interest grow! I went to the Well Trained Mind forums. Thanks for the tip. I didn't know they existed! I registered as erica812.

Christine- Hope you are enjoying time with DH :)

As for my family: Charlotte had quite a week! Just this week, she started waving for hello and good-bye, and of course, we are all having fun getting her to do it. The poor girl probably thinks her whole family went looney with all this waving. She also started using the sign for "more" when she is getting her big girl food. Then, on Thursday night, I put her down on my bed to change her diaper, and I saw that a new tooth had come through. It was through pretty far, so I imagine it was there for a few days without my noticing it since it's on the top. Strangely, it's the left lateral incisor. Now she has two bottom front teeth, and this odd-ball tooth on top. I didn't even know she was teething.

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Sat, 02-18-2012 - 10:29pm

Short post here but I"m really tired.

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Sun, 02-19-2012 - 4:50pm

All- What time do your children usually sleep until?

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Sun, 02-19-2012 - 5:39pm
Well, Jonah and Charlotte sleep until about 6:00am, but I keep them in bed with me until about 6:30, trying to coax them back to sleep. Fletcher will sleep until 8 if we leave him alone, but we wake him for school at 7am. I TOTALLY agree with you. I would love to have just a little bit of time before the troops get up. Just 30 minutes would completely transform my mornings.
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