He loved the big pom pom! I hope that it'll keep you warm this winter, sweetie:-)
Mason was so excited to get this surprise gift from me, and couldn't wait to open it!My hubby bought me flowers for the party when I forgot to ask him to. But, I was thinking it! I love it when when we're in sync:-)
My friend, Julie, brought over some fresh corn from the farm for the party. I collected the corn silk because I heard that the tea you make with it is really good for you. Shirley, could you elaborate? I can't quite remember:) Besides, it looked so pretty, I had yo snap a shot. It almost looks like a bowl full of yarn or wool...
Ever since he showed interest in drinking cups around 9 months or so, I'd give him a tiny sip of water from a glass cup. At restaurant visits with the family, I'd sometimes give him a straw to play with. Then it progressed into a straw and a lid, then a cup with ice to jingle. But when he wanted a drink, we'd just use a straw as shown in the video. There's no need to fuss with plastic sippy cups nor metal ones with hard to clean spout, just teach your baby to drink from a cup. *Of course there's nothing wrong with using a sippy cup if you choose to do so. Please leave me a comment if you have questions or other suggestions!