~In the words of the Grammar Snob.....I tend to curse and make little things seem like BIG FREAKING THINGS and overreact and think the world revolves around me. BUT! I can be sweet and charming sometimes. You should focus on those times.~

Wednesday, August 31, 2005


Georgia, Georgia,
The whole day through
Just an old sweet song
Keeps Georgia on my mind
I'm saying Georgia
A song of you
Comes as sweet and clear
As moonlight through the pines
Other arms reach out to me
Other eyes smile tenderly
Still in peaceful dreams I see
The road leads back to you

4:12am 8/22/05 I am sooooooooo tired! I love you!

8/28/05 This week, watch your baby discover her hands and feet. As strange as it sounds, she's just beginning to realize they're part of her body. You can add to her fun by playing "This Little Piggy" with her or giving her wrist and sock rattles to wear. Also, don't be surprised to hear more gurgles, coos, and grunts as your baby learns to express herself with sounds beyond crying. Is my baby developing normally?Remember, each baby is unique and meets cognitive milestones at his own pace. These are simply guidelines to what your baby has the potential to accomplish — if not right now, then shortly.If your baby was born prematurely, keep in mind that he'll almost always need a bit more time before he can do the same things as other children his chronological age. That's why most preemies are given two ages by their pediatricians — their chronological age (calculated from their birthday) and their adjusted age (calculated from their due date). Doctors generally assess a preterm child's development from the time he should have been born and evaluate his skills accordingly.If you have any questions at all about your baby's development, check with your practitioner.

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