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After some changes in policy at the program by the way I now only get to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Anyway. Overall the day went pretty good. Mason spent the majority of the time in the baby room (I work at a Parents Day Out program in case you didn't know) which my mom is the primary teacher for so it's not like he was with a stranger. She actually got him to sleep for an hour and a half in a pack n play, which amazed me since the only thing I can get him to sleep in is his too small bassinet. Poor boy has to curl his legs up to fit in it. He would not take a bottle for her, even though he's done it before. :lol I can't mind too much. I just took him and nursed him while the class I was with took naps.
The fun part though, I went in 30 minutes early to nurse him so he'd be good and full through the morning. I was very proud of myself for this bit of good planning. Well, the minute I went to unlatch him and make him burp... he projectile spit up all over the both of us. Like a ton. About 25 minutes worth of nursing breast milk all over my shirt, pants, and his clothes. While he had a change of clothes in his bag I did not. lol So I had to borrow someone's sweater while I washed my shirt. However, that still left me with breast milk all over my pants. Let me just say that by the time I got home I was a little smelly.
mom of: Zach (10), Ryan (8), Bella (5), Mason (2), and pollywog #5 due 12/04/14