Sorry for the lack of posts this week. Hopefully next week after I get a few days off the batteries will get recharged and I will start posting more photos and videos.
The last few days have been a little hectic around here. I think Gillian is going through some separation anxiety. It breaks our hearts to listen to her scream when we leave the room to put her to sleep. I think it is hurting us more then it hurts her. Everything we have read is you just have to ride it out, and it will pass. It is just tough to ride it out.... Tonight she went to bed without to much fussing, but I think it is because I put my Fallout 3 Bobblehead doll in her room near her crib. :)

She is so my daughter....she loves this thing. I got it when I got Fallout 3 a little while back, and it has been sitting on a stand in the kitchen. Evey time she sees it she just starts laughing. So I thought, why not put it upstairs with her, she seems to like it a lot more then we do :) I hope she gets over this separation thing soon. It has just not bee fun for anyone....

Christmas came a little early this year for Gillian. We picked up an activity table and gave it to her today. She has been standing a lot more, and thought she could use this now. She loves it!

Activity Table from Casey Gavette on Vimeo.

Well that is it for me tonight, as always if Heather has anything to add, then she can do ti later :) Have a good night, and good tomorrow.

O yeah, Gillian turned 10 months old on Friday...can you believe it?!?!


SlapShotSal said...

I only got the game, not bobble heads or lunchbox. :-(

Did not realize that she was sleeping in your room? Yes, it is harder on mom and dad. But, this is training for the next 18 years or tears or tantrums to try and get their way. Hopefully you will be like us, and not have too many of those times.

Glad to see the activity table hasn't changed much in 10 years.

Heather said...

Nope, she's not in our room. She has not slept in our room since she was 2 1/2 months old. She has always gone to sleep without any difficulty, but has just started to scream everytime we leave the room now! She's going through some kind of phase, I guess. Let's just hope it passes quickly! It's not much fun at all!

Kellie said...

Just keep saying to yourself "This too shall pass...." and it will. It is not easy when you are in the middle of it, but it is part of their little growing. She's such a cutie. :)