Jane is the sweetest little girl ever. She eats so well, never spits up, fusses very little, sleeps like a champ (although it is often in with me because I fall asleep nursing her), loves baths, smiles so often it seems like she means it, but has a good set of pipes that she is not shy about using if she needs to. I am crazy about her.
The boys seem to be adjusting well...except Adam. He was already going through a violent phase before she was born, and he's managed to bite her twice, scratch her once, and bonk her a few times. I don't know what to do except keep him away from her. It's not just her, either. He kept attacking my friend's little girl the other day, and will sometimes beat up on his older brothers too. They think it's funny and call him the Warrior, which is probably a huge part of the problem. I'm just not sure how to handle it, so if anyone has suggestions, I'm all ears. Austin loves her. He said "He likes me so much, and I LOVE him." Every now and then he'll call her "she" but mostly not, and I love it. He knows she's a girl, but hasn't had much experience with feminine pronouns.
School starts too soon. I still haven't bought any supplies and I really want one more month to just get my feet under me. I was surprised to see that only one of Jack's good friends from last year will be in his first grade class, but he seems fine with it. Taylor will have Jack's teacher from last year and I'm so glad. I think it will be a good fit. I meet Jack's teacher on Thursday and am hoping she'll be as great.
Time is up=)