Saturday, June 28, 2008

Pool Time

It's been a rough week with Taya, but pictures of her always cheer me up, so I decided to post a few. She's going through a phase (well, hopefully just a phase) with sleeping that's driving me crazy. I think it's just separation anxiety, but she just screams and screams when I put her down. Tonight after listening to her scream for so long, I finally went and rocked her to sleep but the second I put her down she started screaming again. Finally she just cried herself to sleep... 2 hours after bedtime! So, once again, if anyone has any suggestions I'll take them!! :)

*These are a few pictures from the pool the other day... Taya loves the water, but they don't heat the pool here so we don't get in very often!




Trying to pick up ants again!

5 comments:

Shea said...

London just got over that. I hated it! I'm not really sure why she did it, but I think she's done. I tried to sooth her and everything..it didn't work. Finally I just let her cry for a couple of her naps and she started to understand that I wasn't coming back in. Also, her room is so dark so I got her a night light and I think is helped a little. I'm sorry, I know how bad it sucks.

Andrew and Jenna said...

I'll take her off your hands as soon as we move closer to you. You can just drop her off for a week, that would be awesome :) I love her in that bikini!

Rebecca said...

Ahhhh cupcake has a dark side huh? They all do my dear :) You're doing the right thing, shes just testing your willpower so hang in there. If shes fed, dry and comfortable...just be patient, this phase too shall pass! Ok, is it time for you to come home yet??????????

Krista said...

Ashley, it IS separation anxiety. It will pass but it will be a trial. Just keep these darling pictures handy and your heart will melt like ours did. She has such an addictive smile. I love this suit we bought her. She is adorable in it.

Chelsea said...

What a cutie! Her little bikini is a crack up. I think I'm starting to come to a harsh realization that motherhood=sleep deprivation. I don't have any advice to give ya, but next time I'm up at 1:00 am trying to get Cade to go to sleep (this will probably be tonight), I'll feel better knowing that you're up too! :)