Saturday, June 9, 2007

Thank you!


Thank you everyone for all the responses! It is so much fun. We are having quite the morning. Lots of teething going on and that makes for not-too-happy-a-baby. Tylenol put her to sleep last night, but during the day we are just trying to deal with it. Any advice from all you mom's out there? No teeth are showing just yet, but lots of drool ;) We have a busy day ahead, so hopefully there will be something fun to share later. xoxo

8 comments:

clod said...

Fun video! You're doing a great job with the tech stuff. Keep it coming!

SARAH said...

Thanks! Gabe's sister Janie made the video, so she gets the credit. I just "borrowed" it because it's so cute.

Anonymous said...

Hey Sarah! Love the Blog thing... Hey, for Maddie's teething here are two things you can try... Humphry's teething tabs (you can ask your nearest Walmart Pharmacist where they are located :) ). Those never really worked for my kids but other people told me they did for theirs (worth a try). Or put a wet washcloth in the freezer and then give it to Maddie to chew on. If those don't work, and we all know that teething toys don't, then stick with Tylenol and patience. Good luck!
-Kirstie

Carrie said...

Yes, I made it on the collage. ;) Yuck, teething I'm with Kirstie. Lots of Tylenol/Motrin, that's really the only thing that has always worked for us. She also loves the baby Orajel. It really numbs quickly. Here's one I never tried but it might work. Freeze mini bagels. They can gnaw on them. Keep me posted. I can't believe your blog. It's fabulous! I can't get the video to work though.

SARAH said...

Yeah! I'm so happy that so many of you are checking this daily. If you are having trouble with watching the Mejias Family Video, make sure that after you go to watch it, you scroll all the way up to the top of the page to actually view it. Very strange...

Carrie said...

Thanks. I got to see the video, very cute. Taylor was up at 5:40 this morning. I hope you all have wonderful day. Zack and I will be at prom tonight. It should be very interesting.

Aunt Mimi said...

OK so here is Aunt Mimi's response. Dip your finger in whiskey and rub it on her gums, not enought to harm her but helps numbing!! At least it did for mine. Also, give lots of tylenol and rock her. Kayla loved to be rocked and held during teething. Love you Sarah, have fun and I love this blog thing!! Aunt Mimi

Aunt Mimi said...

OOPS mispelled enough! Fingers moving too fast. Aunt Mimi