Hi, it's me, Aizay. This used to be my parent's blog, for when we were kids. Me and Coraline, my sister, are still kids, but we've taken over, and we plan to dominate the blog.
Here's his majesty screaming for some reason. I suspect indigestion, caused by one or more of the following: Chili, jalapeno corn bread; peanut butter, swedish meatballs, or trail mix. *Sigh*
8/23/2004 09:00:00 PM
Had to be the swedish meatballs or the trail mix or the peanut butter. I guess Aidan doesn't like my cooking very much :( Poor baby! I wish I was still there to help you guys out, hang in there. Good luck tomorrow. -Joan
Let's hope he isn't gonna be like Scotty was as a baby!
Joan: Well, he might not like your cooking, but we do. Oh, well, guess I might have to end up eating all that chili myself. Marjie: Bite your tongue. Let us never speak of this possibility again.
Oh yes, there is always that first lesson, taught by baby, of what not to eat when nursing.MOM
Hey Davey,My dad gave me your website and I've been checking in. Aiden is so cute, I don't think that your supposed to be giving him jalapeno's yet :)!! I hope that all else is going well. Amy (Boreman) Allen
Amy: Hi, there, and congratulations. How's married life treatin' ya? Yes, I guess jalapenos are not considered baby food (who ever heard of strained jalapenos?). We'll try something more gentle. Like pepperoni pizza.
Hi Amy! I heard you got married (Diane showed me pix- beautiful bride!) Its me, Marjie from Amherst, now in Florida with 2 little kids. Etler babies sure are cute, huh? Tell your folks hi from me!
Christine & Dave:I am assuming that breastfeeding is still on course! I had never considered PB or trail-mix as a culprit. Have you tried flax seed or fluffer-nutters yet? See how that works. What's good for mom is good for baby!Missin you in Omaha!Lisa Z.
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