What else? I'm having my wisdom teeth out on Thursday. I'm SO nervous about it. I don't know why. I've had 2 surgeries now and both have been a whole lot easier than I thought they'd be. My mom is coming to stay to help with Maizey for 2 days--thank god! I'm really worried about the pain. I'm also worried I will be considerably less smart after they come out.
I'm listening to my Pandora station right now and Jungle Love's "The Time" just came on. Why do they think I want to hear this song? "Jungle Love. ohweeohweeoh. Girl I got to show ya..."
Not much else to report, Maizey is adorable and cute and so silly and fun. And, a LOT of work! I think I'm going to just forget the whole crib transition and put her straight into a single mattress on the floor. I think she'll like that better. Either way, I have to get her out of my bed. It's not fun anymore. She's a "kicker," but I would say that she's more of an equal opportunity abuser--she kicks, hits, and just generally makes you uncomfortable when she is asleep beside you. She's too big to be in bed with us. We tried to share a queen sized bed at the cabin and all 3 of us slept poorly.
Okay, I'm apparently out of interesting material. Here are some photos from our vacation to the cabin...
Cute after a trip out to the beach.
Exploring the tide lands with Grammy.
My mom's cooking is enough to get anyone to drive 2.5 hours in the car with a fussy toddler!
This is the best photo of all 3 of us on our trip. Needless to say, there were some pretty awful photos.
Such a tired baby after fun, long cabin days.
Getting ready for a hike to see Uncle Fred! The Serious Twins.
Ryan took Maizey to the old, abandoned saw mill--much to my chagrin. I told Ryan, this is exactly how scary movies always start, and the outcome is never good. Luckily for us, everyone made it out alive.
A VERY choppy evening in Tahuya. I love it when it's like this, so I HAD to swim!