omg, labby--you should totally tell your dh that you're pregnant. Hilarious payback. TDG, that would be awesome to manage some hotsprings. My husband and I have talked about that very thing before, but we would have to buy property--the one we looked at cost $1.2 million! Haha. Pipe dream! Hope you're feeling better. I bought an easter basket and crayon case from labby's etsy store. P saw the pictures labby posted online, and was sitting on my lap while I scrolled past them. She got all excited and said she wanted "those things." I told her to look at the names, and she was like, "P for Piper. Me?" I still don't really think she understands those items were for her, but it's nice that she actually does want them! She won't get the crayon case till her birthday, but she's really going to love that. labby, I can't believe Olivia actually crashed out on the floor. She must have been so tired! Bron, glad you had a nice vacation. Good luck with the school interview. We had a great time on our little hotsprings trip. The hotsprings were diverted into these galvanized tubs--super, super clean and no minerals (which is weird for hotsprings) so no smell, and P even got in and had a good time--I was super proud of her for trying because she doesn't even like her baths warm. No one else was there, so it was even more awesome. P did trip and fall into the only friggin' cactus on one of our hikes--poor thing, but she was fine after a few minutes of shrieking. She got cactus across a swath of her leg, stomach and side. Alibaby, was it you that mentioned Ty is gaining weight without eating much? P barely ate from 15 month-2yrs, but somehow remained almost off the growth charts (for gigantor size). Like, seriously, she probably ate no more than 1/2 a cup of food all day. She was still nursing a bit, and drank a ton of cow milk, so I guess she had that going for her. She still doesn't eat very much but it's clear that it's her normal...and she still gets calories from milk. Ty must be getting his calories from something--I think toddlers must pull nutrition from the air!