Molly Anne and I had a busy day yesterday. We did a ton of errands and I got a little more confidence on staying out longer than being home for the next feeding. I ended up feeding her in a parking lot in my car. It was fine and now I know I can do that on the run. This child has great head control but can't keep it up when she's sound asleep despite burp clothes on both sides of her head (pediatrician recommended this instead of buying the head support which isn't used very long). She looks so uncomfortable but I kept tipping her head back and it'd fall straight down again. Bless her sleepy heart!
Obviously I'm not a professional parent and I'm still learning every day but one thing that BAFFLES me are these people that put their children in their car seat on top of a shopping cart (like where you put your bread and eggs). Soooo dangerous and I'm to the point that I'm incredibly close to saying something to the next person I see. The child could die if the cart tipped over. It isn't a matter of being a not judgy parent, it's life safety. And I was baffled by this before I had Molly Anne and even crazier about it now (clearly!). It's on my mind because I saw a lady at Target do it yesterday.
In other news, Elizabeth came over on Tuesday to meet our girl and she brought the best treats. Her homemade soft pretzels are amazingggg. Thank you!!
Our meal last night. I ended up getting salmon and got Kevin sea bass from the fish market. They turned out pretty decent on the grill.
Well it's Thursday. Another week is almost gone. Maternity leave...slow down! I love hanging with my girl!