In the last hour, I have been peed on, bitten, pinched, spit up on, rammed into with a ride on toy… multiple times, sneezed on, and screamed at by two little ones with very effective vocal chords. Tonight sets a new record. I better get a lot of hugs and kisses at bedtime… if we ever make it there. #stilllovemykids
Attention Target shoppers: Yes, I am the mom with the baby screaming and toddler having an epic meltdown. If I didn’t need to be here I wouldn’t be. So, please stop giving me horrific glares, and maybe offer me a bottle of wine instead. Because, really, we know which one of those I need more. K? Thanks.
With E being in the hospital with multiple medical problems for a month straight, as well as struggling from severe reflux, we knew at four months our baby had quite the flat spot on his head. Thus, began two months of physical therapy, which helped to an extent, but couldn’t cure the severe plagiocephaly. So, the verdict was announced at six months. E would benefit from a band, or helmet.
With this in mind, first stop was insurance, hoping and praying they would cover it. Prayers were answered and they did! Second stop, let’s make this band AWESOME 🙂 A special thanks to Hornet Signs in Waco for making this happen.
Introducing, the “melon”:
I suppose the silver lining is added protection from big brother.