He has the sweetest disposition! This is nothing new, but I don't mention it often. He's just such a happy guy! People comment on his joyful response to outer stimuli all the time. It's so sweet! (This crib thing only worked, btw, because his sister was in there with him.)
He's been biting a lot lately. It started with just biting clothes and then biting the skin under the clothes by accident and then extended to more purposeful biting while nursing which he hadn't done in a LONG time. He's getting time outs for any biting of humans because he just giggles and smiles when I say, "No." We're working on "No bite!" now.
He does this exaggerated eye-blinking thing. I'm not sure if it's a game or what.
Daddy says he's playing peekaboo more with him.
If he wakes up in the middle of the night to nurse, he's just extremely excited when he's done and dances and giggles all around the bed while kicking us, tickling us, grabbing whatever he can, and rolling everywhere. This started after Easter with the in-laws. We can't co-sleep with him for this reason. (This picture was taken during nap time, not night time. He still falls asleep on me for nap time--that is when he actually falls asleep)
He's still only 20 lbs. He's maybe a tiny bit behind on motor development. I think it's because he prefers to be held and I hold him all the time. He's only just barely behind if at all, though.
He plays with objects with purpose--spoons, books, pounding pegs.
He's very physical.
He eats SO MUCH!
He's starting to pull himself up to his knees on me and Dave.
He viciously throws things off his high chair sometimes and not because he's mad.
He's working on his fine motor skills with the cobbler's bench.
He had his first Easter. The in-laws came over the Saturday before for a bonfire and we had our own Easter celebration by ourselves on Sunday.
Bear's Easter basket--it had two chewable books and a rubber frog in it. I think that was it...
Fun times at the park with his sister.
He likes the new teething necklace I bought.
Me and my little man on Easter morning.