The first day I kept my nephew Parker was one day that I will never forget. It is …show more content…
The onesie was a dark brown color with a white zippers and a monkey head on the butt. Then it was time to strap him into to the car seat and make sure he was in there tight so he couldn 't get out of it.
We were heading to grandma 's house for the day because she was going to teach me how to deal with a baby. We arrived at grandmas around 10:00 a.m, the sun was bright and the air was fresh I haven 't been up before noon since school let out about three weeks early. We walked into my grandma the smell of grease was thick in the air, grandpa had just finished cooking breakfast for grandma. P ( Parker’s nickname) was crying tears of torture because he hates not being able move. I took out his baby blanket and placed it on the hardwood floor, so he could play on the floor without getting cold. Mom left for work about ten minutes after, she had kissed parker and I goodbye.
“Now you be good for uncle Derrek, Parker. Don’t let him get into anything,” I replied I will mother love ya, have a good day at …show more content…
I sat down on the rough black leather couch in the living room with grandpa and grandma while they watched the new and my eyes were on P. Parker was lying on his back playing with the light blue stuffed elephant that grandma had bought him when he was born. After he played for a bit it was time to feed him, grandma showed me how to prepare his bottle. The formula he had to drink smelled awful, it was Gerber Soy for sensitive tummies. Grandma explained to me that that
“ You must always put three scoops of the soy powder in the bottle. Make sure you warm the water and fill up the bottle to six ounces, then shake very well.” The feeding part was very difficult. I gave him the bottle, helped him and held his head with my arm. He was sucking down the bottle as fast as he could. He acted if he had not eaten in days!
I try my best to make sure he didn 't eat too fast so he didn 't choke on the formula. I made sure that after every two ounces, it was time to burp him. Once Parker was done eating, he fell
asleep in my arms and I took him to my grandma’s room where we had set up a little to go crib.
Parker slept for about an hour until he awakes screaming. I ran into the room to make sure