- Aug 23, 2009
Here's my tiny boy--he wanted to catch some rays today...so he made the big escape from his basinette:
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He will only stay in the basinette if he wants to. I try zipping the door up, but then if he cries Lulu goes and carries him out the top. I have lost him three times...Lulu stashes him sometimes, but mostly he just trucks to wherever his "big brothers" are...and Mommy Lulu guards him---she brings him to the electric blanket on the dog bed and they snuggle as a whole family. I cried my eyes out the other day--looked for him for three hours. He was inside a shirt of mine in the laundry room---just as snug as a bug in a rug. I now no longer leave any door open when I leave--so there is no place to really hide him and he can't get in too much trouble. If Lulu wants to move him, she will whether I like it or not--she will find a way. So it's my job to make it better to be in the basinette...LOL...sometimes quite a task. And some people think it's easy to raise these little guys...
And some people think it's easy to raise these little guys...
Yes, she feeds him, but I supplement frequently throughout the day when I can. I knew she must be because he isn't emaciated when I get home from work, but I never saw him nursing until today. I was really relieved, I just don't think she does it often enough--or he isn't absorbing enough. So, I supplement him with formula.