Ick.

No babies were posed in the taking of this photo…

Joe is going through a bit of a spitting up phase.

Yes, that’s spit-up, not snot.  Joe just happened to roll over in such a way that it looks as though it’s coming out of his nose, further adding to the “beauty” of this photograph.  Perfect material for embarrassing him when he’s a teenager and brings home his prom date 😉

Joe doesn’t seem to be bothered by it…

Blech.

Here’s hoping he comes out of it soon.  Not sure our carpet {or my shoes} can handle much more!

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11 comments

  1. Sara says:

    Grody but funny, ah the life of a baby! He’ll appreciate this pic in 20 or 30 years at his wedding (how old is someone to get married when you’re a parent?!)

  2. Need A Nap2 says:

    That’s cool, I didn’t know if it was a real place or not. Sometimes hard to know with fiction how much is true and how much is made up. Your complaints about finding reasonably-priced housing definitely came through in the book! 🙂

  3. Hannah says:

    As ICK as that might be, it’s mighty funny too. I am betting it’s funnier to me than it is to you, seeing as how I don’t have to clean it up. ☺

  4. Ashley says:

    Joe is so cute! We have been going through that phase…for most of Anika’s life!
    I havent had the good sheets on my bed since she was born. BM throw up is oily and seems to stain! I have to soak ALL of her shirts. I keep thinking it will end soon, but now she wont sit still after eating, and the movement dosent help matters. I have talked to the Dr about it and she said it is just a “laundry issue” so I just keep on picking up spit up…or I let the dog get it off the floor 🙂 shhh

  5. Need A Nap2 says:

    I think Huggies baby wipes are the best for spit up! Cleans up and removes the smell. But I don’t know how hard or how expensive those are over there. 🙂 Did you read Sisterchicks Down Under by Robin Jones Gunn? I kept thinking of you while reading it.

  6. Brittany says:

    We’re going through the same phase. I HATE IT. Thanks to the warm weather, she’s even getting what they call drool/milk rash because of it. I’m not a fan.

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