Elise Day

Today we did all things Elise would love. We went to her big sister class at the hospital, then to play at the park, and eat Chik-Fil-A. She got an extra treat because a friend gave her some money, so Elise could buy the Dora watch she’d been wanting. The big sister class didn’t do as much as I thought it would. They made picture frames to give to the babies which Elise of course says is hers and not for the baby. When they sat on the floor to read a book about a new baby, Elise was kind enough to tell the nurse that mommy couldn’t bend down. And when they got to the part about the baby being born, she said, “I was born…in Vietnam. Mom and dad came and get me.” She also clarified for everyone where exactly the special milk from mommy’s body comes from. Next, they learned to swaddle, took a tour of the hospital, and got “graduation” certificates. Elise said her certificate was an email for a Dora adventure, so maybe the big sister thing is lost on her a little bit though she does proclaim that she will be a great big sister. I’m sure she will.

And for those keeping track, I have 30 days until my due date, May 9. I’m hoping I don’t make it to 40 weeks, but we will just have to wait and see.

12 Replies to “Elise Day”

  1. Sounds like a great day. I think there is a Dora DVD about big sisters since she’s apparently in to Dora you might look in to that one. I’m going to get that one to watch with Isabel when we’re closer.

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