Rolling over and tough decisions

Well, July is shaping up to be a busy month… and what do you know – it’s almost over. We listed our townhome almost two weeks ago I think and we’ve had a few showings since then, including another one scheduled for this weekend. I don’t know why showings stress me out, but they do. Probably because Josh has been gone, and it’s almost impossible to get the baby out of the house in just a moment’s notice. By the time I grabbed everything they’d be done looking around anyway, so at least now that Josh is back, Enzo and I can sneak out a little before any appointments – everyone has been about 15 minutes early each time – and then people don’t feel weird looking around with us there. I just figure the baby helps sell the place, because who doesn’t love an adorable baby? 😉

Enzo and I had a pretty good time while his daddy was in Colorado Springs looking at potential homes.  The time went by really fast surprisingly and I got to witness his next big milestone reached – rolling over from tummy to back!  He did it several times, but has yet to do it now that Josh is home, however, he is trying like mad to roll over from his back to his tummy now.  I’m not sure why he hasn’t rolled over again since this past weekend… perhaps no incentive? Ah well, he is getting big so fast, I’m in no rush to hurry things along.

 As for Josh’s trip… was it a success?  We’re not sure yet.  We have a couple of houses that might work, but it all depends on whether or not our offer is accepted.  If not, well, we’re not sure what our next step is if that happens. It’s not like Josh can skip on down to Colorado every weekend to house hunt, so we have a couple of back-up ideas in mind, but not all of them are ideal. So, we wait and see.

Really all that matters is that we do what’s best for our family and we’ll know what that is when it strikes us.

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3 thoughts on “Rolling over and tough decisions

  1. Lots of babies, once they figure something out, like rolling over, do it a few times to make sure they’ve got it and then they’re working so hard on the next thing, they…not forget, but stop doing the old thing. It’s nothing against Josh (or mom and dad in general if they do it first at day care), it’s just how babies work. I’m sure he’ll do it again soon. Going from back to tummy is harder and will take time to master; that little elbow always gets in the way. 🙂

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