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the eric update - day 142: sleeping in the cradle swing.

today was one of those days when the big news was the fact that odin fell fast asleep in his nature's touch baby papasan cradle swing. regular readers will remember that up until today, rather than helping him to fall asleep, the cradle swing would have the opposite effect and keep him wide awake.

so if you're keeping track, it only took 41 days for the swing to be magically transmorgified into a sleep induction device.

who knows what magic switch flipped in his little baby brain, but nonetheless i'm guessing that the swing will be a lot handier in the days to come :-)

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11/23/2004 09:44:00 PM 0 comments


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