|Colin agrees - wasting diapers is the worst.|
As you have been overshared with on many occasions (yep, I'm talking about this and this) and not shared on the blog on several other occasions, suffice it to say that the threes just weren't cutting it anymore. We were experiencing...leaks. Gross, gross leaks of epic proportions.
Friends at Pampers, you are a wee bit delusional about your weight estimates for diaper sizes.The size threes were supposed to fit up to 28 pounds, and Colin is hovering around 20 and should have switched a month ago. The fours are supposed to range from 23-37 pounds - we'll see how that works out.
Also, our pal Lindsay clued us in to something fabulous about Pampers that has me so bummed that I hadn't heard about it sooner: Pampers Gifts to Grow points. All diapers and wipes have codes on them for points that can be redeemed for discounts, product, toys, magazines, all sorts of Shutterfly products and more. We have been buying Pampers for nearly nine months and had no idea. Hand to forehead.
On Monday, David had the day off from work, so we went out to a late lunch with Colin, which was really cute. He hadn't been to a restaurant in quite a while, and since he is now eating solid foods, we were able to keep him happily entertained with a packet of crackers and a bread stick for most of lunch. Thankfully the restaurant was literally empty because we were there around 2:45 p.m., so the mess he made and the interesting noises weren't a bother.
|Showing off bed head with Daddy and being shy|
|Playing dress-up with Mommy's scarf|
On Friday, we had 8 babies come over to play - even though Colin has (and is hopefully in the process of getting over) a cough, we had planned this a long while back, so we just went with it. Sadly, it was so crazy that I didn't take any photos of the infant pile-up on our floor. It was quite the morning. That's all for now - stay tuned :)