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My little guy started teething and its the worst thing in the world. I dont know what to do sometimes and he gets so antsy cause I cant help him. I have tried orajel, teething rings and at times they work but
other times he just gets mad and goes on his marry way. He is so cute!

I guess its something we all have to go through and to be honest I am glad I am home to be able to take care of him and help him through this.
He is a true blessing in my life and I am blessed to he his mami.


On another note we had the best weekend with daddy. We went to visit family in Mexico and had a great bbq, then we spent time in Balboa Park
and just walked around. But the best part was watching Toy Story 3 with
my little guy - Yes I know he maybe should not be watching TV but he
loved it. He laughed and was captured by the color. I cant wait till he
actually understands what he is watching and we can share in those
moments.


And lastly we took him to Costco and put him in the cart and he just felt like he was king of the world! It was so cute and for the first time in a
long time he didnt have a fit when we took our time shopping. I guess
he is growing up now. HE IS ONLY 4 and 1/2 months but I get it - he
feels like he is 5 months - He is to cute!

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