I can't believe Callie is two months old already!!! Yesterday she rolled over back to tummy for the first time. I was really surprised even though my boys werenoth early rollers. I guess I just expect a lot less out of her because her NICU doctors said she'd be about two months behind when she would have normally hit her milestones. Brighton has finally given up crawling now that he walks a lot better and he's starting to repeat a lot more words. I don't know that he actually relates them to anything though. RJ is getting a lot more independent lately and really pushing his boundaries. He spends a lot of time in timeout because of it. He's also gotten a lot more helpful with doing things. He brings me diapers for Callie and helps me feed her. He also tries to calm her when she cries and gives her a pacifier. He's having his tonsils and adenoids out on 10/25. I'm hoping that goes well and he revovers quickly because I have to go back to work 10/28. My mom probably won't be able to handle him if he's not doing too well. She'll be 10 weeks out from quadruple bypass surgery so babysitting is kind of pushing it for a bit, but unfortunately we have not located a reasonable, affordable option for other care. Callie can't go to daycare because she's believed to be immune compromised due to her preemie status and having to be on a ventilator right after birth. We contacted a few nanny agencies and they all wanted a minimum of $30 an hour and we just can't afford that. My mom says she'll be fine as long as she doesn't have to pick up Brighton. We are building a house! They haven't started it yet and we're in the very early stages of the process. The builders accepted our offer last weekend and we're working our way through the massive paperwork and then will be meeting with their designer to pick our interior finishes. If everything goes along on schedule it should be done and closing will be at the end of January. I'll be so glad to get out of this apartment!!!