(Maya's fever was better today--much lower (101ish) and she was fever free for a chunk in the middle of the day. I'm hoping tomorrow may be the end of it.)
When we were in VT, we went out to eat at this awesome place called American Flatbread in Burlington (fantastic pizza, great microbrews). Anyway, Maya was sitting across from me (I couldn't see her legs under the table) and Dave said "Oh, Maya! Come on, sit right. Honestly, who sits in a chair like that . . .?!" And then he turned to look at me:
Turns out that we both sit with our left leg up (see, both of us!). Why is that? Some weird genetic hip thing? If I'm driving long distances, I tend to drive with my left leg up, too (unless any of you are cops, and then I definitely don't do that). Sometimes I sit with both legs up (which is how Maya sits in her stroller, and in the car seat). I never sit with only my right leg up.
Any other one-leg-up'ers out there? Is the left leg more common or something?