Happy October friends!! It has been a solid month since I have posted......as you can see that real life Wednesday idea was great in theory.......good effort. If you haven't picked up by now, clearly the Gerber soothe formula was a life savor. Life. Savor. After about week 8 we have had nothing but a happy, smiling, laughing, lil bambino. With that, life has pretty much flown by at an incredible pace and my peanut is now 4 months old and we are 10 Fridays away from Christmas!! If that didn't give you anxiety I don't know what will.
Speaking of flying and time and babies...as if all of those things are in common, we come to the issue at hand. Last week a group of my closest girl friends and myself, whom are all turning the dirty 30 soon, hopped on a plane and took a nice relaxing poolside vacation to Las Vegas for the weekend. I know what you're thinking. Yes you there judgy eyes. You quickly glanced back up to the previous paragraph to see that I mentioned my child was 4 months old and you quickly made a comment in your head such as......she left her baby at 4 months old!? I heard this numerous times. I guess I am confused.
Many were quick to let me know that their child was 3 years old before they left them for the first time. Another was sure to share that they couldn't imagine leaving their child that young! How could I actually leave and have a good time? Well here is how. I suppose I am one of the lucky few (?) that married an incredibly responsible and nurturing father who is extremely capable of keeping our little one alive for the 3 days that I was away?
I mean I didn't really think anything of the trip until everyone started informing me of the timeline between the birth of their child and when they left them for the first time. It usually ended with the same time frame of over a year old. Don't get me wrong, I missed the lil peanut immensely and we face timed daily, but my question lies........why are we so quick to judge a mother for leaving the child in the hands of the father at a young age. We don't bat an eye when the father leaves and the mother is home caring for the child do we? Just a thought.......
If you were wondering, the weather was perfect and we had a wonderful time preparing for upcoming milestone of 30........but in the words of Carrie Bradshaw... "30 is the new 20 right?"