When the dishes don't get washed I can blame it on teething.
When the laundry stays in the dryer for a couple of days its definitely teething's fault.
My desk that is a catch all for clutter hasn't been cleared because his gums are swollen.
Today I ran with my jogging stroller up and down our neighborhood. (I say UP and DOWN because that is all there is around here).
It was pleasant- except the fact that my little teether threw up all over himself with all the bouncy commotion the flattest part of these roads can manage. I even waited an hour after he ate before leaving. This teething thing is changing our lives.
In the middle of my run I hear him say 'ah- ah- a- a- a-a- AH- ah- a' for about 5 minutes. His gums must be hurting. Poor boy. I have decided I am training him to be a bull rider. Good things these strollers are made with seat belts. I'm just saying, its not to keep my child from climbing out- its to keep my son from bouncing to the next neighborhood.
Unfortunately even when I go for a 'calm' walk he bounces so much he throws up. Break through already little white bones!
Anyone have any suggestions with how to keep his food down him while jogging? Or when I can take him for a ride and he won't display all his insides to the world? Is there an age thing I need to wait on?
Or is he just