*Most of ya know I'm a scrapper. Take a look at Adie's 1st year book...
*Most recent BIGGEST worry... this:
"Well, that's a clippy!" you might say. Yep.. this is an example of the cute green clippy that MAY be in my Adie's belly. We are dealing with our first "Adie ate something she shouldn't have and it wasn't the lady bug like the thing she usually eats that she shouldn't." (She's eaten 5 lady bugs o date... I have NO clue how they get into our house!) On Wednesday she was at aunt Natalie's taking her am nap and went to bed with the cute little green clippy holding her bangs back. When I went to get her she was in the pack-n-play playing and green clippy-less. We looked everywhere and my brother even vacuumed and the clip is no where to be found. So yeah, pretty sure she ate it. So now my new hobby is plastic forking through her poo diapers to find the green clippy that we think she ate. So far 3 poo's and no hair clip. We went to the dr. yesterday and he said we could do x-rays but I would be doing the same either way.. fishing through her diaper. So yeah, now my recent worry is that green clippy is going to lodge in her poo-er and cause her massive pain. And heck, my Bailey-cat died from complications of an obstruction... his was a hairball and he was a cat so it's not quite as serious as this. But am so happy that Adie isn't eating her own hair because that wouldn't help!
And maybe I should pay a bit more attention to packaging...
It should read, "Adorably cute kids may mistaken clips for lady bugs and eat them. Then mommies will have to fork through their diapers to see if the green clip was in fact swallowed. Wait until 3 years of age to use for goodness sake!"
Next time she eats a lady bug I will rejoice that it wasn't a green clippy.
So if everyone could say a little prayer that I find a green clippy in her diaper, I would be muy, muy appreciative. Thanks. =)