Jonah's first time wearing pants. His diaper is so big and his legs are completely bandaged, so pants don't seem to be a problem... except that it's hot here now, so they're a little too warm.
Jeannie (Kathryn's mom) made Jonah some satin-lined shirts with no sleeves (I was worried about seams under his arm pits) that he can wear. It's a little redneck, muscle-tee for my taste, but you do what you gotta do. He needs some color in his life.
That's right, people... Jonah's first trip to Target! SO. MUCH. FUN. He slept through the entire thing, but I'm sure we'll make many more trips.
Jonah's first Target purchase. A plug-in bottle warmer for the car. This and my hands-free pumping bustier (Thanks, Elaine) may be the greatest inventions EVAH. I may even love them more than my nav system I got for Christmas, and I LOVE my nav system, so that's saying a lot.
This cashier looked at me really funny as I documented our time in line. I don't know what's so strange about taking 10 pictures of your baby making his first Target purchase. Monumental.
Jonah's first in-the-car bottle.
Jonah's first in-the-back-of-the-car diaper change. Please excuse all our crap.
And finally, Jonah's first bath.
Wait, what did you say?
Wait. Wait. You're going to do what?
Seriously though, Jonah DIGS the bath. He cries when you take him OUT. We tried last night with his leg bandages off, but he had new blisters on his feet when we did dressing change tonight. I think we could still do it if we wrap his feet and legs separately, and leave his feet wrapped. It's all trial and error. So I can get his torso, head, and face really clean, but still have to do a sponge bath for his limbs.