He seems to get hot easily.
He got his second half of his two month vaccines. He was slightly warm and definitely a bit irritable and needy after them. The one on his right leg swelled a bit like a mosquito bite.
He had a couple of real giggles for the first time this week. His giggles usually happen with social interaction. In the morning when he's happy and no one is paying attention to him, he just squeals.
He had some awful screaming at night on Thursday and Friday night. We think it's due to the vaccines since it happened after the first round last week as well.
He is really trying to grab things and put them in his mouth. He can't grab things with accuracy and he's so-so at getting what we place into his hand into his mouth. The only time he can really keep something in his mouth is when he's in the baby carrier.
He puts his arm and fingers in his mouth all the time.
He seems to be teething but I feel no teeth.
A shot of Bunny and Bear at the same age.
He recognizes "How Deep the Father's Love" which is a song I sang and played a lot when he was in the womb. He smiles and/or giggles when I play it more so than he does with any other song that I play for him.
He doesn't seem as affected by music as his sister was. I could calm her right down with a song but that doesn't always work for him. He does like shushing, though. That almost always calms him when nothing else will.
He's been spitting up more and smells like spit up. I don't like to bathe my babies/kids often because I don't want to deplete their skin of its natural oils, but I've had to bathe him 3 or 4 times this week just because of the smell of it.
Aaaah! The breast! When he's tired, it's a sure fire way to put him to sleep. If it's time for his reflux medicine, it will make it worse until he's been burped, he's spit up, or he's taken his Zantac.
Not such a fan of tummy time but we try a couple times a week anyway. He doesn't really need it as much as other babies since he naps on his tummy anyway.
Me during his naptime. I may not always get lots done or get much time to myself, but I cherish these snuggles because one day I won't get them anymore and once I go back to work in November I won't get nearly as many.