Saturday, September 23, 2006

Watch out for Goldie.....

Cause she'll go bipedal on yo ass. Yes, after 14 long months, my girl finally decided that walking might be for her. I think it is mainly because she can hurl her solid little body at dangerous objects whilst carrying other dangerous objects (think heading for stairs with a straw in her mouth, a pen in one hand and a glass in the other). It's been fun watching her get around. She still is mainly on all fours, but little by little each day she walks independently more and more. The first time she did it I started to cry because babies don't walk. Toddlers walk. It is harder to let go than I thought it would be. I am so proud of my big girl.

I continue to be ill and mostly in bed these days. The doc switched me to Zofran which thank God for good insurance because 20 pills would have cost $760 without. Then I got a head cold and it sent me over the edge. I actually ended up sending G to her Godfather's 2 days last week so I could rest, I just couldn't take care of her. Anyway, we are into the 2nd trimester.....hopefully it will be improving.


Blogger LittleRazz said...

Yay, Goldie! Nice job, motor boat! It is a whole new world trying to take care of a walker, isn't it. I, too, continue to be ill. Pukes are gone but the cramps (and I mean killer gas cramps) have arrived and they have me doubled over constantly. Arg. Wasn't it over by now last time?

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Blogger Mama M said...

Hooray for Goldie walking! Watch out world! I hope you feel better soon too. I'm looking forward to that second trimester too... just a few more days!

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Blogger Mrs. Flinger said...

Hoping for much strength and health while you grown #2!!! Best wished, hon.

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Anonymous Mama C-ta said...

Congrats on walking!! I felt the same way, babies don't walk!

And man, I hope the Zofran helps. I was bedriden w/morning sickness 24x7 too and Zofran saved my ass. Until insurance refused to cover it anymore and I was searching for it online from illegal sources. Alas, couldn't find it but after 20 weeks the morning sickness subsided. Zofran, what a life saver. I forgot how expensive it was!

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