Another thing how am I going to get out of bed, shower, have 2 cups of coffee (trust me it's essential), wake up Chloe, give her a bath, breakfast, get her dressed for the day, and get out of the house before 8 am? And yes this girl must bath in the morning she sweats like a, well I don't really know something that sweats a lot, but she does at night. Right now we are lucky to get out of the house by 10 if we are going anywhere.
I have been visiting my mom's often, she has a daycare so Chloe will be there with other kids and Nana will take great care of her. She likes it and I have even left her for an hour or so and she does fine. Chloe is pretty firmly attached to me, I have to give credit to the orphanage she was in, she is a very well adjusted little girl. I am so happy that she spent the first 15 months of her life where she did. Well let me rephrase since she was not able to spend them with family it is good that she was in a good place. Oh I just can't get that right, I will have to do a whole separate post on that someday. The problem with the going back to work/daycare issue is me not Chloe. She will be awesome and adapt, I however will cry and call 5 times a day (which might drive my mother crazy) but I guess I can adapt too. I just don't have to be happy about it.
So today I got a call from one of my mom's little ones and he wanted Chloe to come over because he had something for her. FYI all my mom's day care kids are completely and utterly adorable and if any of them asked me anything I think I would probably give in. I was giving Chloe a bath but I had not planned on going out today so since Jim was still home I asked him if he could dress Chloe while I showered. This was his outfit.
This is after my adjustment. I actually didn't have to do much to correct the outfit and make it a little more seasonally appropriate.
I don't think she was terribly impressed with either choice but that is OK. FYI that last one was her "quit taking pictures mom, I am not planning on smiling ever!" face.