8.22.2010

Skip this post if you are squeamish about spit up

I had to interrupt the posts about our summer adventures to update on a few others things first. Over the past few weeks I happened to catch on camera two spit up incidences. These happen daily in our house. I am seeing a small glimmer of hope in the last week that things might be staying put in her belly more than coming back to greet us, but I had to go ahead and blog these for future reference and a good chuckle.

There she is, looking so sweet and innocent in her booster chair. Just finished a nice breakfast of rice cereal. But don't be deceived, look over to the right side of the picture on the ground. If you need further clarification just be brave and click on the picture to enlarge it. I won't go the extra mile and post the picture of the close up shot. That's a big (giant) splat of spit up. She just turned right over that left shoulder and let it rip down her arm and onto the floor. Nice one.

Another day. The girls are sweetly playing tea party. Panda and Harvey have joined us, and Finley is enjoying chewing on a variety of cups and saucers. Saucer in her mouth...

Next picture shows a cup in her mouth like she's taking a sip. But before I can even get the camera down, I realize she's actually making a deposit.

Ewe. At least that one was easier to clean up. Grayson was NOT a big fan of this temporarily tarnishing her tea set. Actually, Grayson says some funny things about spit up. She often claims that "it got on me!" or "it got on my woobi!" even when Finley is mysteriously across the room. And now, if she hears me say "oh wow" or "oh goodness" or "shew-wee!", I hear back from the almost 3 year old "is it fit up (spit up)? poo-poo? snot?" and she quickly races to meet me and says "I want to see". Lately she has even taken to pulling up a stool so she can watch me change stinky diapers. What in the world is the fascination?! At least its such a cute little person making all of these messes.
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1 comment:

Katie said...

That is awesome! So glad you're catching it on camera too. Surely she'll grow out of it soon and you'll look back fondly on this season o' spit. Or maybe not. :)