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Baby Log: 1 Year and 20 Weeks Old

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Marlie has been whining, weeping and whimpering all week. Plus she has been up under me like a wart on a frog. She screams when I leave the room, she screams if someone else tries to hold her, she has just been screaming all week. She has had a fever off and on for the last three days, but she is playing and eating. I wish I knew why she's being so clingy. I'm at my wit's end. School resumes next week. Let's all pray that I make it until then. Oh, and since her upper molars have come in she has discovered how to grind her teeth. Nice. She has also learned the word bad, but not from me. Where has my sweet baby gone and when is she coming back?!

We took down our Christmas tree yesterday. Marlie helped and only broker one ornament...celebrate those small victories!

I have been wrestling with this new domain name business all week. My blog list widget disappeared, but that was easy to fix, not so easy was remembering who was listed. The major headache began when Google Apps would not let me set up my domain admin account with the Google login user name I already had. So I created a new one, but the new one wasn't associated with my blog. I had to set up a blogger account for this login, but there was no way to import my blog settings (profile, blog reading list, etc..). Instead, I had to add my new profile to my existing blog settings and grant author/admin privileges. What that means is that I now have two logins for my blog and it sucks. I spent some time on the Google and Blogger forums trying to find away to integrate the two. The closest solution proposed was to transfer all my info to the new profile (that would mean having to re-follow hundreds of blogs) and then deleting the old one. However, that would make it seem like I began blogging in December 2010 instead of June 2007. I really don't want to delete anything. I just want be able to login to my domain name account with my old Google login. If anyone has the answer or can at least explain in layman's terms why it can't be done, I'd love to hear it.

9 comments:

navelgazingbajan said...

My 17 month old has had some separation anxiety issues recently as well. I think it's worse when he's teething. I've found babywearing to be helpful during those clingy, fussy times.

navelgazingbajan said...

My 17 month old has had some separation anxiety issues recently as well. I think it's worse when he's teething. I've found babywearing to be helpful during those clingy, fussy times.

AccidentalMommy said...

She's probably due for a major developmental milestone. I noticed that my kids would have major shifts in their personality that signaled that.

No idea about the Google thing...ugh but it sounds annoying.

SE'LAH... said...

as someone told me, embrace these moments...they pass too quickly.

happy new year! wishing you and yours all the best. one love.

Help! Mama Remote... said...

Hope she feels better. It may have to do with her being home with you for the holiday. So you changed your domain name?

Help! Mama Remote... said...

Hope she feels better. It may have to do with her being home with you for the holiday. So you changed your domain name?

Nubienne said...

my daughter did the same thing about that age. I just figured it was baby growing pains. I will pass before it makes yo utotally crazy trust me,

keyalus said...

Awww - hope things get better! Constant clinginess is no fun.

Lewis is finally showing interest in talking and shouts "Mine!" quite often. He must have picked that up at daycare because he didn't get it from me.

Happy New Year!

Kim said...

It's hard when they refuse to be comforted by anyone else. I have my oldest up and in my armpit almost every single time I'm nursing the baby. I feel like I can't catch a break since the baby hardly sleeps at all during the night and usually is in bed with me. Oh sorry was this your post? And here I am complaining to you:)

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