Well, it's the weekend again. My parents seem to think weekends are a good thing. I'm not even sure what "weekend" means. Mommy does the same thing on Saturday as every other day--laundry, cooking, taking care of me, and "work work" on the computer, which is what she calls the work she gets paid for. I sometimes see my Pop more on weekends, though, so that's fun.
I didn't feel very good today, so Mommy spent alot of time trying to console me and make me feel better. It was nice to be held and read to and stuff, but I still just didn't feel good. Mommy kept saying it was going to be over soon and told me that very soon I'd feel a whole bunch better. She promised me that in a couple weeks I won't even remember feeling this icky and coughing all the time. That sound good, I guess, but I don't really know any other way to feel. Apparently I'm having surgery on Wednesday, and it sounds a little scary, but I know that God will be there to keep me company when I get afraid. I'll let you know how it goes.
I did sleep in my crib today for a nap. That's kind of neat because I never sleep in my room. Mommy keeps me close to her since I cough so much and sometimes I have trouble getting my breath. After my surgery, I get to stay in my room all the time, and I think that's great. It's a neat room that my parents got ready for me before they could see me.
My favorite part of today was getting to listen to music in my bouncy seat. I like this seat alot and really like the mirror ball that hangs over my head when I'm in my seat. My Uncle Levi and Auntie April got this seat for me, and I use it all the time. But today Mommy put batteries in the seat and it does cool stuff! There are little speakers by my head that play fun music and there is a spinning thing up by the mirror ball that it really fun to watch. Here's what I looked like when Mommy first turned it on...
But it didn't take me long to really enjoy it. Thanks Uncle Levi and Auntie April. Great gift!!