This past weekend we decided to go visit Aaron's grandparents so they could see Gabbie. We've been meaning to do this more often, but with the crappy weather that we have here in the winter, traveling can be a little difficult. Now that the crappy weather has taken a break it was the perfect opportunity to go for a visit.
We visited his mom's mom first, and Gabbie was due to eat right when we got there. I don't mind breastfeeding in front of people, but Gabbie doesn't do well with an audience. She'll nurse for a second or two and then pull off to watch what is happening around her. It's cute, but not productive, and it makes her more likely to bite me, so I decided to head upstairs to the guest bedroom to feed her.
I sat down on the bed and Gabbie started eating. About 2 minutes later, she pulled off, turned her head toward the corner of the room, smiled and waved. She latched back on, and then a couple second later stopped to smile and wave at the corner again. After she did this the third time, I was done and we headed back downstairs to the safety of company.
I should mention here that both Aaron and his grandma have had ghostly encounters at her house, and his grandma's experiences usually are hearing her mother call her name if she's forgotten to turn something off or if there's some kind of danger around.
So I guess it was nice for Gabbie to get to meet her great-great-grandmother, but to be honest, it creeped the hell out of me!