Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Shake Down the Thunder
I had to feed Jack in the middle of the 2nd quarter, which was slightly challenging. I think I scared the guy next to me. It’s so funny how people react. And to be honest I would have been the same way a year ago. But I refuse to go sit in the bathroom to feed the baby – I would have missed too much. And I swear you can’t see anything, but my god these guys act like I’m walking around naked or something. It was pretty funny.
I have to say that taking a baby out to things like this is not easy. It certainly disrupts his schedule (no more 5 hours of sleep for me!) and it’s difficult to keep him settled in that environment. But it certainly beats the alternative – I just can’t sit home all the time.
We also went knitting yesterday at Mama Java’s. Gloria came and spent some time holding the little man:
That’s my mom’s friend Renee in the background. My mom couldn’t hold the baby because her other grandchildren got her sick over the holiday. I just called her and she sounds even worse today, which is awful. I know she can hardly stand it that she can’t pick him up.
Today we have lunch with my dad and a quick trip up to Jessica Knits. We’re both pretty tired from last night, so I think tonight we’ll just hang out at home.
It's been fun to see Jack growing up! Best wishes!
-- Rosie and Jon
Oh my goodness, Phoenix is a small town! When I was checking out your blog and Jack's blog this morning I noticed the picture of Renee in background. I've known Renee since 2000 because we would see each other at our friend's Carol stamp store-- Stampotique in Central Phoenix. Too funny. Did you attend Notre Dame?
Amy in AZ (your snb knitster friend)