We stopped by IKEA on Monday night, and I realized a couple of new facts about that place.
There are hundreds of adorable stuffed animals to not buy, and no level of cuteness changes this situation.
It is the worst place to potty train.
Good thing they sell cheap ice cream.
I still love you, IKEA.
Mom says our tree this year, well, one of them, is a very scandanavian tree. Not sure what that means, but it sure was fun to decorate and it looks rather pretty. I was a very big help in the whole process.
I love Christmas trees.
I got a new bed. This is one perk of the impendng arrival of that little bother. So while he is trapped in my old crib, I will be enjoying the freedom of a big grown up bed.
Big girl beds are good places to read.
Big girl beds are a great placd to start the day.
Big girl beds are even a great place to take a nap.
I love my new big girl bed. I hope you enjoy my old crib, little bother.
Mom and dad took me to IKEA on black Friday to take advantage of the fifty percent off expedit shelves. They got three of them and set them up in my room where the guest bed used to be. I needed a place for all my birthday loot.
There truly is a cubby for everything.
I love my new big girl room.
I just have to say that IKEA really is pretty great. Go for the cheap breakfast, stay for the baby Poang.
Hanging out with dad in the doctor's office
Yesterday I took a trip down to Children’s Hospital to get my little heart murmur checked out. I got an ultrasound of my heart, and an echocardiogram. Nothing to worry about here! I have a benign heart murmur, as many infants do. About fifty percent of all children get diagnosed with one at some point. So, I will probably grow out of it, and leave the murmuring for poets and crowds.
Children’s Hospital is an incredible and overwhelming place. Mom said we should remember how blessed we are, and say little prayers for all the other children there who don’t feel very good.
We topped off the day with a lunch at one of mom and dad’s favorite places… IKEA! I didn’t see much more than the back of my eyelids while we were there, but I hear they got a steal of a deal in the “as is” department.