Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Day 817: Pobrezino

Both of my parents served missions for my church in Brazil and thus, speak Portuguese.  They didn't raise us to speak it fluently, but there were a few words that we heard repeatedly.

Pobrezino (I have no idea how to really spell it) was one of my dad's favorites.

It's basically like the Spanish "pobrecito", "poor baby".

This picture is actually from yesterday, but it shows you what we were leading up to for today.  I got him into the doctor this morning to see what was going on.  I'm so sleep deprived that I had to stop her and ask her if she had said that Baby B has pneumonia about a minute after she actually said it.

Poor Baby!

And kind of freaked me out.

So, we took it easy today.  With a lot of snuggling.  A few times, he climbed down from my lap and wandered off.  When I would go check for him, he was always curled in a little ball on his bed sleeping.  I  guess it's a good thing we switched to the toddler bed, so he could climb in all by himself.

So, it was kind of a sad day, but there were some Joyful Moments to be found in all of the snuggling with my darling baby boy.

Wishing you all Joyful Moments that are decidedly pneumonia-free!


Linda said...

Perfect title for the post - I loved seeing something in portuguese! FYI, your spelling is perfect except for missing one letter. It's probrezinho, with the "h" making a "y" sound like in the start of "you".

My JM is that I went to a restaurant with your Aunt Becky and her family and didn't get sick that evening or the next day. YEA!!!

Cheryl said...

I found that spelling online, but it seemed weird, so I ignored it. (c:

And great news!!!!

Amy said...

Treyton's been on my mind a lot, how is he doing now? Hope he's feeling a lot better and that you're getting more sleep! Loveyou.

Cheryl said...

Amy--he's doing much much better. Thanks for thinking of us!