6.30.2015

A Day in Tommy's Life

** posted at the suggestion of Thomas's lovely birth mom and is a couple months old, but our schedule is still pretty much the same.


6:30 - wake up & bottle 
(alway an early riser - starting the day pretty much how we ended the one before)



7:00 - diaper change & play with dad before work



8:00 - breakfast
(today scrambled eggs and mandarin oranges)



9:00 - read books 
(he picks the books, crawls them over, climbs into my lap, and turns all the pages while I read)




9:30 - explore whole house 
(pull down everything within reach, find smallest and most dangerous things and insert in mouth, circle coffee table and sofa as many times as possible)

  


 



10:00 - morning nap


 




12:00 - lunchtime 
(today multigrain bread, corn, peas, carrots, dehydrated strawberries, only to be eaten when separated by item, but will never touch corn although we keep trying)




1:00 - sing songs
(clap hands to initiate patty-cake x 100, bash out original tunes on piano) 



 


1:30 - independent play 
(aka: the race to scatter every single item in his room)




2:00 - afternoon nap





4:00 - snack & play 
(outside in summer, in nursery during colder months, which can be rougher than it sounds when getting stuck beneath a table)





 


5:00 - go on walk 
(either in his wagon or the stroller. he loves to look at all the horses & ducks we pass on the way)

 


 

 
   


6:00 - dinnertime 



















6:30 - bath, bottle, stories, teeth brushed, prayers, songs, & kisses goodnight
(crosses his legs & plays with his wooden brush every time we change his diaper or get him dressed)


 



7:00 - bottle & bedtime 
(ending the day pretty much as we started it)









1 comment:

  1. Всем привет! Открываю салон красоты, собираю информацию для бизнес плана. Здесь есть может опытные в этом девочки) Не хочется просто так потратить деньги, а потом менять товар. Сейчас очень большой выбор оборудования для салонов красоты. Подскажите где купить кабинка для загара?

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