I’m working on doing a little web design project for Rachel’s Burning the Souffle. I’ve finished the banner and a smidge of the changing of the colors. I still want to change some things like the link colors and the alternating comment colors and such. I’m fairly proud of the banner because I made it myself. Normally when I work on web design projects I’m given the images to work with. So now, you can hire me to do banners to. Who knew?
Anyway, if you have a second, can you see if anything looks broken and toss out any suggestions you might have about what you think I should do from here?
I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned it here but Pookie has a morning problem. He won’t get out of bed. Actually Geetle has that same problem. Giggles has the problem of not being able to get out of bed because she’s still in the crib. We are going to be moving her to a big kid bed sometime before school starts next fall. Because of that, I was paying close attention to this post on Two Are Better Than One about their process of moving their kids when I found the answer to Pookie’s inability to get out of bed.
See Pookie’s problem isn’t laziness or early morning crabiness like his sister. We just haven’t been able to figure out how to convince him that he doesn’t need us to let him out of bed. When he was 3-4, we had to fight to keep him in bed between 2am and 4am off and on. Apparently, he learned that he should just stay in bed until he is told to get out of bed. Now that he sleeps in a room by himself, Geetle isn’t growling him to get up when he starts talking so he just lays there in bed. He can’t quite tell time yet and our attempts to explain that he can get up without us have failed so far.
So, thanks to Krissy’s husband, I now know about this product which would absolutely probably perhaps work with letting Pookie know when to get out of bed. I might be hunting for my credit card tonight.
This is totally Giggles after our walks to the Geetle’s bus on Tuesday mornings.
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