The Sickness

  1. We’re about ready to let go of pacis too…solidarity sister.

  2. Amanda says:

    Ha. I literally posted about getting rid of the paci on Wednesday. We did it last weekend. Good luck!

    • Amanda says:

      *I should add that although the first few days were TERRIBLE, it’s gotten a lot better and she’s slept through the night twice in a row now and gone to sleep relatively easy! So hopefully it won’t be awful for too long. I think sooner rather than later is probably a good idea, especially if you feel like she is getting too attached 🙂

  3. Brittany Rae says:

    I love Abigail but Mabel, her expressions and poses are just unreal. Hello picture #2, I am talking to you.
    Also, no mom guilt. Allow grace. Because you wrote that you did school, errands, church, and even a little outside time, all while growing a lovely being. You deserve grace. And wine, which I will not drink for you. Just keep a tally and catch up in a year or so….

  4. Ashley says:

    Drink something purple out of a fancy glass and pretend it’s wine…maybe you can trick your brain 🙂 Love you, mama! Sending prayers!

  5. Ali says:

    Oh man, the pacis. We are in the SAME boat over here. 2nd babe due in August and Calvin is OB.SESSED. with his paci. Keep us updated how it goes! I may be doing the same.

  6. Sarah @ Foxy's Domestic Side says:

    Prayers for a smooth transition. Our daughter was the same, only difference was that we had about 10 pacifiers in her bed at all corners of the bed so no matter which way she layed she could find a paci, haha. We gave them up cold turkey, prepped her for weeks, then gave them to a friends baby girl. Then each time she asked we would tell her Baby Abby needed them. Then she started sucking her thumb…

    Glad you are feeling somewhat better, sort of. Man being pregnant sucks, but the end results make it worth it, but sometimes it’s hard to see that during those 9 months!

  7. Lauren says:

    Our doctor recommended cutting the tip of the Paci. This worked really well for us. You get to let them have the paci (hoping to reduce meltdowns) and they can figure out on their own they don’t need it. Our daughter thought it was “broken” and eventually gave it up and stopped using them. Wishing you the best with this transition!

  8. brittany says:

    oh i hope you start feeling better!!! and m was just playing those musical iphone videos recently, too, and i had never watched them!!! so many feelings!!!

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