Friday, July 21, 2006

Over the Edge

Well my daughter turned 9 months old yesterday. We went to her well-baby check up. She is 15 lbs 10 oz and 25 1/2 inches long. Just a peanut.

We had a pretty busy day. My 6-year-old nephew was visiting so we went to Hershey's Chocolate World. We spent two hours there. When we got home I thought my daughter should take a nap. I put her in her crib and went downstairs like I normally do. She laid up there talking and crying a little. Then I heard a THUMP and WAILING. I ran upstairs and she was laying on the floor.

I guess while laying in her crib she learned that she can sit up by herself. Then I guess she pulled herself up (which I knew she could do) and toppled over the railing.

She is fine - not a scratch, bump, or bruise. Praise the Lord!! As soon as my husband got home from work we lowered the mattress.

4 comments:

Mom In Action said...

Welcome to the Blogosphere New Mom! Would you like some Link Love or do you want to get your feet wet a little more first?

On Fire For Him said...

Thrills!
I already added you to my link list! Sorry for not asking.... tell ya what... you could tell me to get out of town and I will listen to you! LOL!
Seriously, will take you off, if you are not ready!

Thrills said...

MIA - Thank you for the Link Love. I will play around with those links as I get chances to.

OnFire - it is ok that you added me to your link list. Now I just feel more pressure to blog.

JUMBU said...

Hi embow! It's Judy --I've thought about blogging, you may have just sold me on it! Taking from an older MOM, your anxieties about leaving your little girl are normal! How I remember those wonderful days, and sometimes wish I could bring them back, just for a few hours. I too, loved that season of my life!
I just knew you would be a great MOM, and really love it!
Update--I only have two churches now. I gave up Violet Hill. Things just became too crazy with 3 services and trying to live a somewhat normal life :)
(What is normal anyway?) Just returned from school in Washington DC. It is always refreshing to go and to come home again. I'll ck back for more from you...soon.