Cribbage: Getting ready for a new baby
I thought Eric would have started to make noises by now about wanting a big-boy bed. But instead he is sleeping more and more independently in his crib. He is very possessive of his "own" bed. He has spent part of a night in our bed once in the last few months, and that was when he was sick. I've offered it if he wakes up thirsty. He's been sick lately, so that's been happening a lot. He'll start to cough and want something to drink in the night.
So, the crib won't be available for the new baby any time soon. I plan on co-sleeping with the new baby, so I'm guessing that he'll probably regress a bit and want to come back into our bed as well. So, I purchased an arms reach co-sleeper
to attach to the bed. I figure, with the sidecar arrangement crib, there will be room for Eric and the baby should we need it. Then I posted a "wanted" add on craigslist for a regular full-sized crib and a lovely woman from New Hampshire drove me down a crib and mattress that she sold me for 100 bucks. It's about 8 years old, but it was owned by 2 families who used it about a total of 10 times. So, I feel a little more ready. We've got places for her to sleep. We got a dresser at Ikea that Rich got put together so, there's a place to keep her clothes. But we still don't have an infant carseat. I ordered new cushions for my glider. The old ones were covered in broken glass during the Sycamore Street fire. So, hopefully those will be ready for us to pick up at Boston Baby in the next couple weeks and we'll get the rest of the stuff we need then.
So, I guess we're nesting. The baby is due in about six weeks and I'm showing some signs that she will be early. But you can never tell. Unfortunately she's still breach, so unless she flips before I go into labor, we're looking at a C-Section.