Hello! Shae says this is for sanity's sake, so huzzah! Come, sanity!
However, intellectual stimulation I am not. I apologize in advance.
Rachel is 3 months as of this past weekend (if 1 month = 4 weeks), or will be this upcoming (if you just want to go by days). She's currently amusing herself with the stretchy giraffe my sister gave her for Christmas, but I suspect there will be a diaper-changing veryveryveryveryvery soon.
There's so much that needs to get cleaned up around the house, I really shouldn't be typing this up, but I'm currently resisting the urge to go downstairs to play World of Warcraft. The expansion came out yesterday, so it's too tempting to log in and hop around in new content. Very good thing that this laptop can't play the game.
The latest interest outside of WoW, though, has been, oddly enough, the cloth diapering community. My mom gave us a bunch of Gerber prefolds before Rachel was born, and we've been using them as burp cloths, but back in September, Derek and I had already decided to try cloth diapering, to see if it was worth it. I did some research, and found an entire community dedicated to padding a baby's bottom with fuzzy stuff. And getting past the excitement of not having to use pins on a kicking baby, I found out that there were some neat options out there, as well as the CD extremists.
I won't go into that, but just be aware that there are people out there obsessed with getting cute cloth diapers in the mail. o.O
UNHAPPY BABY NOW.