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14 October 2008 @ 10:40 pm
Flat-screen TV, bought with Daddy's Mastercard: $1700
Red Sox onesie, bought with Daddy's Mastercard: $20
Cheering for the Red Sox with Mommy and Daddy: PRICELESS

The quality of the picture's not that great because it was taken with my iPhone and Meghan kept moving. (And yes, that is a Mastercard she is chewing on! I had just finished buying a plane ticket to go throw a baby shower for my BFF in Georgia, so it was lying around and Meghan picked it up.)

Unfortunately, the Sox are getting their asses handed to them by Tampa Bay right now. The score was 12-2 when I last saw; Jack couldn't take it anymore and turned the game off.

To make up for the game of epic fail and the dubious picture quality, here is another pic of my little Red Sox fan:

Current Mood: resigned
Lucretia my reflection: Mardi Gras Erinagameofthree on October 17th, 2008 02:15 am (UTC)
I bf until my daughter was 27 months and didn't have much problems with teeth -- I think I only got bit once or twice, and my reaction (involuntary) must have scared her so much that she didn't do it again! ;) I figured it was karmic payback for the pain of the first few months...

So maybe you'll be lucky, as well!
Miss Sophia: Meghan - ROFLmiss_sophia on October 18th, 2008 04:09 am (UTC)
Yeah, I heard that one day of very forceful "NO!!!!!"s will stop any biting. But that day is probably a pretty lousy one! And man, nipple pain/injury lasts a long time. Meghan once gave me a very hard (albeit toothless) chomp when I was filing her nails (I do it when feeding her because it's the only time she sits still and lets me!), and that ended up bringing one of my milk ducts up to the surface of the nipple (or so said the dermatologist who looked at it). It was really painful for a few weeks, and then I ended up with a crack and then a small string of dried blood that came out. Now it's fine, but the injury lasted a long time.

I guess I'll be finding out soon......
Lucretia my reflection: bugger Jack POTCagameofthree on October 19th, 2008 02:34 am (UTC)
Ouch. *wince* Well, I can only speak from my own experience, but those first few bites seem to be experimental, and not very hard. I think it startled me more than anything, and my shocked exclamation scared Boo so that it didn't happen more than once or twice. The "experts" say that biting, if it happens, happens at the end of a feeding, so maybe you can be on the lookout. ;) But hopefully it won't be necessary!