Backtracking

We think the formula change from hypo-allergenic to normal isn’t working. She’s been increasingly fussy the past few days. It could also be that she’s not getting enough day sleep, and Grandma is here, and the world is full of lights, and she’s just growing. But we’re switching back, for the sake of her comfort and my sanity. Husband isn’t convinced, but who’s alone with her (usually) all day long?

Meanwhile, for your paradigm-busting pleasure, and for info junkies, saunter on over to the blog Strange Maps. I’ve not dared do this yet, as I have a child to care for and she’ll starve if I do. 😉

[Thanks (I think) to Dale for the lead to the link.]

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5 Comments on “Backtracking”

  1. gerry rosser Says:

    Map site was funny.

    Thanks.

  2. acm Says:

    I think he meant to say “evil”….
    😉

  3. Karen Says:

    I’m sure you’ve been advised: when transitioning to new food, formula, introduce it gradually by adding a small portion into her existing one, then increasing it over time until the new replaces the old. Just another evil idea to stuff up your sleeve.

  4. Kathryn Says:

    Yeah, we tried the gradual progression, but it still may have been too fast. We’ll try again another time, after the holidays.

  5. Janet Riehl Says:

    Kathryn,
    I arrived home last night from N. California, walking from the
    metrolink stop in the sleet….and received your beautiful
    photographic cards. Thanks so much. (From your November posting offer) I’ve sent you “Hot Flashes 2: More Sexy Little Poems and Stories” the anthology I have a piece in titled “Women of the World.”

    I particularly like the one that is maybe looking up the trunk of a tree, but also looks like the inside of woman and is so evocative…I made a body of work like this in clay once. My next favorite is the driftwood on the beach…I made several EcoArts sculptures for our trail in Lake County out of driftwood…one was of this type, all curvy.

    If you’d like to guest on my blog sometime…tell the story of your photos, maybe, I’d love that. I kept turning the cards over, looking for title, place, maybe a little story….but, they are fine as they are, too.

    Thanks again, and…cheers,
    Janet
    http://www.riehlife.com