Friday, June 23, 2006

Today's Report

#1. Liam got his first fat lip today. Yeah, after falling backwards all this time, he finally did a face plant. Good thing the pacifier is in 90% of the time, so nobody will notice.

#2. I got home from work and found Purr Bug here:


#3. Ian (my hubby) was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection today. He got a plethera of prescriptions that we picked up tonight, but the most important one is rest. That means I get to do the yard work this weekend! :) Get well soon, Honey!

#4. I finally finished Tori's taggie tonight (for Liv). I will deliver it tomorrow.

14 comments:

Nicole said...

Hey we have the same stroller! OK, what is a taggie? It is cute I'm just now sure what it is. Like a lovey or something. It is WAY cute!!

Glass Half Full said...

UGH - I have been there when my sons had a respiratory problem. I felt SO overwhelmed with all the meds and directions.

Love the photo of your cat!!!

Give Liam hugs -- OUCH!!!

utmommy said...

I'd like to know what a taggie is too. My youngest got RSV and pneumonia when she was 4 months. It was horrible. Hopefully Liam will feel better soon!

Gina said...

Ian is my hubby that is sick... Liam got the fat lip.

The Taggies are referenced on my June 7th post for Works for me Wednesday.

Katie said...

Cute cute cute Taggie! I hope Ian is feeling better soon.

Nikkie said...

I love the pictuer of the cat in the basket in the stroller! Too cute!

I hope your hubby feels better soon, upper respiratory infections are NOT fun!

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Aw- I love cats and the places they can get into! I am so behind reading blogs and am really enjoying your past posts!!! Hope all is better at your house now!

soleclaw said...

Your cat is adorable! We frequently find our cat Sable sunbathing on the baby's changing table. Have yet to get a picture of that though!

Gwen said...

Way cute blanket...I had better get one made...

Angel Baby said...

I like the taggie! But I'm wondering how you make it stay even and centered after washing. Do you prewash? Do you tie it? I'm assuming you don't use a batting?? Just flannel?

A few people made me receiving blankets but none of them came out right after their first washing. The seams are all askew. I sew, and have quilted, but I've never made anything without tying or quilting it so I've never had that problem... just wondering if you did.

Love the new house pics too!

Tori :) said...

Absolutely LOVE the Taggie!! Thank you so much Gina!! Liv loves it too- she played with it today as she rolled all over the floor. Thanks again!

Tori :) said...

I forgot to mention how cute I thought the way you alternated the ribbons. I was a little worried when I picked out all the different colors, etc... but you made it look awesome. :)

Nettie said...

Oh, that makes me want a nap. Okay, move over kitty!

Cute taggie! I've been wanting to copy your idea and make one, but my sewing machine is broke at the moment, again.

Hope Ian is feeling better!

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