His gums bled onto the sheet when he was napping. He must have nicked them with his fingernails. It gave me quite a scare, though.
He seems to be reacting a bit better to the car than he used to--still cries, but it isn't always and it isn't as prolonged as it used to be.
He's a social nurser. He pauses from niursing to look up at me and smile, giggle, or blow raspberries.
Giggly at night sometimes instead of screaming. That's a welcome change, but it's not always.
We started giving him Zantac only in the evenings. I don't think I notice a difference.
He's started spitting a lot when he's happy in addition to his raspberries.
He went down a level in the pack-n-play but he's still gonna stay in our room for awhile because he's a belly sleeper and he hasn't quite mastered the art of rolling over.
I think he got bigger. He seems to be a giant baby to me. I love it!
He scoots around on his back--I'm pretty sure it's not intentional.
He pushes up to a standing position when we hold him by the arms or torso.
We tried no Zantac at night for a couple of nights and he was congested and didn't sleep well so we went back to using it at night.
He's still much calmer in the car and actually sleeps in it--which I prefer he didn't do because then he's wide awake and ready to play when we get home and I'm ready to either make lunch, unpack the car, or sleep myself. :-)
We try to do inversion with him every day as the chiropracter suggested. We did this with Bunny too. She didn't have reflux, but Dr. J. says it helps reflux as well as keeping the baby's spine aligned.
While at Roxbury, I needed an hour to myself to get diapers washed and have some Bible time so Daddy wore Baby Bear in the Boba Air while he played frisbee golf, and he fell asleep most of the time and made Daddy very, very hot!