Hannah "showing" Sophie how to smile for the camera:)
Not much excitement about this super bowl.....oh well we all know it is about the commercials and the snacks anyway:) We are heading over to my MIL's for dinner and the kick-off. I suspect we will be home by half time. Other than going to grandma's for dinner it has been the "usual" around here, housework, laundry, YMCA basketball etc. Hannah and I made these low fat brownies :) and her fabulous black bean and corn salsa to bring with us to grandma's house. Yummy!
On a totally different note..........Sophie transitioned to her big girl bed in our room with very little problem. For the last 3 weeks she has been waking up in the middle of the night crying and is getting out of bed (at times frantic). I have tried sleeping in her room on the trundle and when she wakes up she doesn't realize I am there and has landed on me as she is jumping out of her bed! I swear she is like a fireman, I have never seen a kid move so fast. Even when I am in the bed with her if she wakes up she is high tailing it out of her bed. So in the interest of sleep I have pulled out my $100 float/toddler aerobed that I purchased when we stayed at Krista's. Before I get in to bed I blow the bed up and say a little prayer that Sophie sleeps in her room all night. So far no luck. When she wakes up in her panicked state and runs in to our room I just settle her in her little bed on the floor and she sleeps the rest of the night. We have ruled out any illness that could be contributing to the waking in the middle of the night. I think she is just experiencing some separation anxiety, similar to what a typically developing 18 month old may experience. Sophie has been home with us about 17 months. What do you guys think???