Olivia has proven to be a pretty good traveller so far. She slept most of the way to New Braunfels, timing her wake-and-cry for feeding to within five minutes of a rest stop. She was a bit more awake, and a little bit cranky, on the way back, but we're talking maybe a 1.0 on the baby Richter scale.
As expected, my dad held her most of the time he was with us. A few other relatives got brief opportunities, and we took pictures quickly before he changed his mind. Olivia mostly slept in his arms. She was a bit wound up at the hotel last night, after several hours of stimulation and noise, and we were a bit afraid that she wouldn't let us or our wallmates get any sleep, but she settled down in a reasonable amount of time and slept normally. Have I mentioned lately that she's about the easiest baby to take care of you've ever known? Don't ask me how we got this lucky, and don't ask me why I'm pressing my luck in this fashion.
Anyway, I'm catching up now. More later.Posted by Charles Kuffner on July 11, 2004 to See, I do have a life! | TrackBack