WHY IS HE SO SAD SOMEONE HUG HIM
This nap is pushing three hours. I’m getting bored… What did I do before I spent my days meeting someone else’s needs?
So when doing a chiropractic adjustment on a baby, the chiropractor hangs the baby upside down by the ankles. Not gonna lie, seeing someone pick up my baby like that was a little nerve wracking. I’m glad i was told beforehand that that’s what was going to happen.
It’s still too soon to know for sure just how much it helped, but since his adjustment Beckett has passed gas with only a small amount of grunting and squirming and I haven’t needed to help him with it. Now if he can poop without crying and spit up a little less I will be impressed.
Since I was there I went ahead and got an adjustment as well, even though I have been feeling pretty great. Not being pregnant is pretty awesome.
Mayflys are a winged insect that have a short lifespan. They mate in such a way that all of them mature in the exact same time. The will die out soon, but for the time being Wisconsin looks like something straight out of a horror movie.
If you have horses and this happens be very careful that you’re not giving your horses any feed with mayflies in it
Tomorrow I’m taking my baby to see a chiropractor. Isn’t that kind of weird? A two-week old getting his spine adjusted.
But I’m hoping it will help with some of his digestive issues. Chiropractic care did some amazing things for me while I was pregnant, so we’ll see.
Today I put Beckett in the sleeper that he wore in the hospital. It almost fits him now… two and a half weeks ago he was swimming in it. He’s still tiny but he sure is growing fast.
Also, I am exhausted. Spent 6 hours out and about today. I didn’t sleep very well last night, either. I feel like everything is pretty much back to normal except my energy level. I get fatigued super easy.
My mother-in-law tried to give us yet another blanket, too. I feel like almost everyone has given us a blanket. I appreciate the gift and I know it’s really the thought that counts, but this kid has enough blankets to survive outside all winter long. I don’t know what to do with any more blankets! I should probably donate a few, to be honest.