So, Saturday was filled with yardwork...
...and Sunday morning....well, Super Man thought that the yard could use a little more work.
And...what? What's THAT????
Is that....a big boy bed????
As a matter of fact, it is!
So, Sunday we took one of the sides off the crib, turning it into one of it's convertible features: the "daybed".
So, that meant---no nap.
We tried, tried, tried, and then finally it was beyond the point of trying b/c who wants the kiddie going down for a nap at 5pm, right???
Anyway...Sunday also brought the first swim of the season. I got exactly 3 photos before the battery died, so sadly, none of them are stellar. Oh well. It was fun...you know, until it was time to leave.
Sunday night, Gage ended up sleeping in his big boy bed. He slept there all night. After he fell asleep, we got a little scared that he might roll off onto the hardwood floor. So, we took the cushions off the couch in the den, and put them on the floor next to his bed.
This morning, he was still in his bed...all of the toys & blankies were on the floor, but HE was still in his bed.
Speaking of couches....Friday after work, the new living room furniture was purchased. It will be here on Wednesday. The couches we had were steam cleaned by Hubby, and purchased & hauled away on Saturday. So, my living room is empty. You know---except for five thousand toys & two WalMart-1983-lookin' PVC loungers. What's up??? Hubby REFUSED to let me post pics....but hey---I figure it's just for 3 or 4 days, so who cares? It's not worth going through the hassle of moving the den furniture in here for 3-4 days worth of sitting.
We live in an old house. It was built in 1949. I often explain it like the house from the movie "The Others." Not that it is anywhere near comparable in size---but in the manner that every single room can be closed off by a door. Seriously---even the hallway. You can shut every single door that goes into the hallway & it can be pitch black. Every single room can be shut off. It's kind of weird....but, it's been nice with a baby. Regular size baby gates fit the doorways, and we don't really need them because we can just shut the door when we don't want Gage to go in somewhere. Or, rather, WE USED TO BE ABLE TO JUST SHUT THE DOOR. Now, he's tall enough to just open the door.
Now, I'm just kind of rambling.
It's Monday evening. Gage didn't take a nap today at the Mother-in-Law's, so it's been a pretty touch-and-go evening.