It appears that I was very wrong about you being in the throes of teething. You were very uncomfortable last week, but no new teeth have emerged and you're back to your chipper self. Very chipper. Lots of giggles, smiles, scrunched up noses and belly laughs. You have progressed leaps and bounds in your physical prowess-crawling is imminent. You can scoot across the floor in record time, moving backwards and side to side. Changing your direction is no problem, it's just that forward motion that alludes you. Today you figured out how to push up on your feet and lift your hips, almost in downward dog, but couldn't quite coordinate everything to go forward also. But soon.
Getting buff to start crawling. Sitting up is second nature these days
Last night you figured out how to flip from your back to your belly. And you don't end up lying flat on your belly-you flip over into crawl position. It delights you to no end! I was nursing you to sleep and you were fussing and fighting it, but as soon as you flipped, you grinned. This happened twice before you finally conked out. Then, at 2:30am, you did it again-Daddy woke up to you tapping his back. You thought it was great fun to flip over and see what he was up to, but when you realized you couldn't get back to me (and my boob) you weren't so happy. Luckily, you weren't really in a mood to play and once we got you back on your side facing your food source, you fell right back to sleep.
The eating is still going slowly-you are a huge broccoli fan and have been happy with goat cheese and guacamole, but that's really it. Fruit isn't your thing. This weekend we'll be cooking a whole chicken, so you'll get a leg to gnaw on-we'll see how you like that. In the meantime, here's you loving your broccoli
Who needs a binkie when you've got cruciferae?