|Thanksgiving 2011-preThanksgiving meal|
Tillman continues to recover from tubes. He has had tons of drainage, so the tubes are doing their job. We actually go for a follow up appointment with Dr. White on Monday and a hearing test. We continue to put drops in his ears morning and before bed to help the drainage.
|Tillman isn't in to the "mommy and me" pic |
at the Charleston City Christmas parade
|Drinking water and eating Goldfish to get |
through the parade a happy boy!
|Notice the tree is only decorated up top|
|Tillman's Elf on a Shelf!|
Besides "terrorizing" Graham and the Christmas tree, Tiny T has been very interested in books lately. He doesn't sit very long for you to read to him, but he loves to flip the pages, tote them around the house, and occasionally throw them! Nick has been reading the books while Tillman plays. I'm hoping he will enjoy reading as much as his daddy does, so we're excited to see he will at least touch a book (more than what I'll do!).
At 15 months, I will say that Tillman is very set in his ways. Two things that have came about this month have been breaking him from the bottle and trying to put him to sleep without a sleep sack. Neither of these things went over very well. Tillman will ONLY drink milk from a bottle (drinks all other things in a sippy cup...we've tried all types of sippy cups...daycare has too), and will ONLY go to bed at night in a sleep sack. The other night, he woke up at 1AM, and he had spit-up and had a bad diaper, so we changed him, the sheets, and all. We gave him some milk to calm him and that normally puts him to sleep. Well, since we didn't have a sleep sack on him, he stood up in his crib and cried for 30 mins. I couldn't take it any more. I got a sleep sack out the dirty clothes and put it on him. He rolled over and went straight to sleep! After all those shenanigans, I was thinking, dang--if I would have only done that to start with!