I am becoming terrified of what we have in store for us. We have had another episode of a flying baby.

Fearless I tell you!

If you missed Episode 1 you can find it here.

D was home alone and changing Little G. All was normal in the house of Saffo, or so we thought. D was slightly, just barely to the right of Little G. So maybe down by his knees and toes, getting the Zantac into the syringe. We do this everyday.

Well not anymore!

Out of nowhere. There was no wiggling or indication that this might happen. Little G Kamikaze style, rapid fire rolled of the changer. D dropped the Zantac bottle and managed to catch Little G in a football hold.

We might have to move him to the floor for changes but that is infinitesimally more difficult. Remember the octopus story?

  • Algo0117

    Sound like my youngest! She is my dare devil with the bruises and scrapes to prove it. The gray hair is multiplying at rapid speed because of this!

    From MomLoop on Blog Frog.

  • MomRoad

    Well if you've survived it, I guess that means it's possible 🙂

  • Jdaniel4smom

    Stopping by from Mom Loop. I have challenges with JDaniel's diapers too.

  • Lindsay

    Found you through Mom Loop's FF & glad I did! My 14 month old is quite the wiggleworm as well. He is the expert at neck bridges and wrestling. I can't tell you how many times I've done diaper changes "on the go" now that he's walking and getting exponentially faster every day. Hang in there!