crawling, crawling, crawling. like a maniac. It's crazy to think that a month ago I was concerned that he wasn't crawling. Literally the day I had a conversation with Hudson's pediatrician about him not crawling, he began crawling, and has never looked back. He crawls, and does it fast.
Not only is he crawling, he is pulling himself up onto everything he can, constantly, including the crib and side of the bath tub.
He rarely lays in the tub anymore as he would much rather sit and stand. It usually is a combination of those 2 with 10-20 second intervals at each spot.
He isn't "babbling" still (ba-ba-ba-ba) but is definately throwing consonants into his baby noises. He no longer just squeals and squaks, but has word like noises such as "hey" or "psh." He recenly has started a low pitch growl.
His laughs and giggles kill me. every time. he is adorable.
He has become quite the little traveler and is content sitting in his carseat and will have conversations with himself (or so it sounds). He actually does better alone in the backseat. If someone is back there with him, he expects that they are there to get him out of his carseat and isn't sure why we leave him there buckled in.
he is still sleeping 12-13 hours at night with 2 naps in the day.
He nurses 4 times a day and eats solids 3 times a day. For breakfast it is normally a pureed fruit and some cereal (rice, oatmeal, etc.). Lunch is usually yogurt or cottage cheese and a pureed fruit or veggie if he's still hungry. Dinner is a pureed veggies and pureed meat mixture. He eats 1-2 snack of banana or cheerios during the day.
he is growing like a little weed. As we packed to move to San Jose, it was crazy how many clothes I left home because he would only fit in them for a few more days it seemed.
While it hasn't been anything serious, H has had an on/off cold and runny nose for the past month. He still is his happy, uber-entergetic self, but it still hurts my heart.