This past week has been all about recovery for me with having had my nose surgery on Monday. The rest of the day when I’m not a zombie I am with Everly or doing stuff connected to her such as laundry. We all skipped church today Jason and I were both feeling out of sorts and on the verge of being under the weather too. The last thing we want is to be sick. It seemed Everly was also in need of some rest, Jason and Everly both had 2+ hour long naps this morning. I have a project I am hoping to start for her really soon, have to pick some things up first. I am also going to be attempting to make myself commit to making baby food for her instead of buying already made stuff. I am getting a Baby Bullet second hand, sure I could use a food processor but I do not have that either, the lady I am buying it from is tossing in extra containers too which is nice. I already feel like time is flying by with her, every now and then I start to panic and wondering what I need to do next. I’m trying to remind myself to take the time and enjoy every precious moment and to make memories, lots of memories.
Jason has been a huge help around the house and with Everly. He always is, right now even more so it seems. I’m a lucky girl to have married a guy who is such a hands on Dad, makes me love him even more. He has thankfully been working from home which has been a huge help, I know I would not have survived this week without that. He is also playing hockey on Friday nights still, yes I may try to guilt trip him to stay home but I never make him because I know this is his get away time and he loves playing hockey.
Everly is still working on the whole spitting up thing. She has her good and bad moments, we got a great one on video the other day. We missed the full on giggles she was giving, but we got the spew moment that happened while I was holding her. She is sure going to love us for that video when she is a teenager. She had 3 appointments this past week at Rai Chiropractic in Langley. This is the chiropractor we were refereed to by the one in Port Moody. We are so thankful that chiropractor was kind enough to refer us to someone closer to us, as our appointments are only about 5 to 10 minutes long. Everly is starting to turn her head both directions much more now, and sit upright in her car seat much more. What’s nice to see is her droopy eye lid is doing a lot better too. We had another appointment tomorrow, and we’ll see how many she needs this week, we are just continuing along this way as it is helping in several areas for her.