In baby steps, that is. Right now we want to adjust to this new-parent life, enjoy every second, and follow our instincts about who we want to see, where we want to go, and how we want to do everything. And when we do decide the time is right for you to meet our little bundles, please be careful! We know you might be a little bit nervous, a little bit unsure how to behave, but you know what? Oh, and please bring food.
Our Sunday was off to a great start, Avery slept the longest ever in her crib and then slept a little longer with us. We even slept in an extra hour! First off, I proceeded to try and feed her a bottle. Pun intended, sorry Kelley. After trying to hold her in several positions to see if that would help, Kelley finally just gave her the good stuff. She had a couple crying sessions within two hours that Kelley was able to go and soothe her back to sleep. After making breakfast for Kelley and myself, we decided to get our shopping out of the way.
Let's cut to the chase. Other than being a great father, you're also highly interested in keeping your baby's mother happy. Here's a new dad's survival guide for your wife - follow any and all of these tips, and you'll be the dad she brags about to other moms It's the circle of life. They deal with the baby all day.
I have a two-year-old son who is currently in this phase where he regularly alternates between either being the cutest toddler on the planet, or being anarchist-level angry at everyone and everything. When he's in angry anarchist mode, a growly voice, grumpy face and yelling words are kind of his M. And I mean, I get it. Sometimes being two is hard. When you're a toddler, the world is filled with injustices.