Thursday, June 11, 2009

IT'S 12:34 A.M.

In the morning, so what are YOU doing???
Us???? Well, here's a clue....
jetlag
Pulling off socks, chewing on stuff and doing my stacking cups!
Got to love a little 14 hr change in a baby's schedule!

11 comments:

Kramer said...

Oh wow! Way past my bedtime! I guess I should get ready for that! Tate look cute as a button as always! I am so glad you are home safe and sound.

Kayce said...

Some super cuteness!! Hope things get switched around soon for you gals
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Julia said...

Oh yeah! I remember those midnight parties. Love Tate's head full of hair, she is adorable!

Julie said...

I also remember those overnights, bless your heart!

laurel said...

I remember that so well. It is so hard to get them switched over to our time. Good luck. At least she is so cute to look at.

2china4S said...

We are approaching one year home and our daughter occasionally has a middle of the night party. :) The time change is so difficult for them. After all, we return to our beds, our comfort zones, while they are gobsmacked with more change. I am glad to read that Tate slept for six hours. Our daughter used to wake up every hour, and whimpered while sleeping. Wishing you and Tate lots of blissful sleep.

Donna said...

This too shall pass. And faster than you'll (eventually) hope!

Donna
Our Blog: Double Happiness!

LiLi said...

Glad to see she liked the lion! Well- at least it's in the picture so she must be playing with it...it's a good teether I think.

Your gal is gorgeous!

LiLi said...

FYI- Mila has a onesie that says "party in my crib - 3 am"

Actually- the party is usually 4:30 or 5:00 am and then she goes back down which sometimes she sad I close the party down :)

Tana said...

Hey! I recognize those cute jammies! :o)

Lee said...

I remember those days with more than a little nostalgia. We had such middle of the night jetlag parties! Despite nearly collapsing from exhaustion, it was the most amazing bonding time with our daughter. We took a bit of video of our light night fun, and I treasure every moment. While I am grateful that Ellie is a sleeping champ, I do still miss those early days...