What I learned in the weeks after Cora's birth is that it was really hard to have the energy to meet Jack's needs all day and an infant's needs all night. Since this was Jack and Cora's Spring Break week and Luke is only 2 weeks old, it was a good week for them to travel! They are in SC with my parents.
My parents get an award for hosting the second Grammy Camp for two! (Jack and Cora also went for a week during my first trimester haze back in August.)
And what have the three remaining Landrys been up to?
- Staying in bed as long as we want to.
Since Mr. Luke has a busy nighttime schedule, we thankfully had no reason to get up early and tended to fall back asleep after the dawn feeding.
|What our room looks like in the morning|
- Going out to breakfast on a Tuesday morning at 9am - perks of maternity leave + starting your own business + a portable newborn
- Meeting up with friends to try out a new restaurant on a Wednesday night
- Face Timing with Jack and Cora at least twice a day since we (I?) miss them!
Daddy has had lots of decisions to make and brewery work to do, leaving Mommy and Luke with lots of additional time to hang out. Together we:
- Read 1.5 books (I read, Luke eats/sleeps on my chest/sucks on my finger)
- Went on daily walks testing out both our new K'Tan carrier and the single BOB (Luke prefers the carrier, you really notice the bumpiness of the sidewalks when you're a tiny baby in a carseat on a stroller)
- Ate a lot - I don't know which of us gets the award for biggest appetite, Luke frequently acts like he's starving, but then again, I gorge myself at one meal to the point of bursting but then somehow feel hungry again about 90 minutes later. At least he's getting just uber nutritious breastmilk, while I may be eating dessert after every meal (even after breakfast one morning!)
|Luke did great despite pooping in his pants and needing a change in the car.|
It's amazing how quickly this quiet week flew by! The quiet has been AWESOME but it's time to reunite this family!