Wednesday, September 5, 2012
He REALLY loved his new cowboy hat!
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Once on, which first few times had to have assistance. The instruction book shows a woman doing it herself. I found this very difficult to do. Anyways, once on, my lil guy wasn't too thrilled with it. It kept his legs at a weird angle. I ended up putting him in the frog position, and everything worked out fine in that position.
The material this carrier is made out of, reminds me of a tent of some sort. Which is why this carrier weighs less than one pound.
I do love the zipper pocket-it holds a small amount of items; keys, credit cards, etc. The carrier also has a rain/hood attachment-that could be handy if it rains, or is really sunny out. We walked around a few times in this carrier, and so far it has been ok. It is rated for babies/toddlers 15lbs-45lbs. My little guy is 12lbs and had minimal issues. I rate this carrier a B.
The cost is relatively inexpensive
It's in it's own bag
front zipper pocket
Has hood attachment
Fits people of all sizes and shapes
Tricky to get on at first
Puts baby's feet in a weird position
Monday, August 20, 2012
Saturday, August 18, 2012
That my son is a preemie. I go on alot of different baby forums and websites. There are babies my son's age that can roll over, sit unassisted, and hold their own bottles and toys.
My baby can do none of those things. He was born 6 weeks early. It is hard to remember he will be behind other babies his age for a while.
According to his corrected milestone development he is on track. So, I am not worried.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
As you can tell, it was a huge hit. So far that means we have tried; rice cereal, pears, applesauce, and sweet peas. The best so far that he likes are the fruits.
I researched about what foods if any to introduce early. What I found, was there was no added benefit to introducing foods in a certain order.
I just want my little guy to enjoy all he can right now and try a ton of different things.
Sunday, August 12, 2012
I decided to give it a shot. It was quite a bit cheaper than the Sophie toy that everyone goes crazy over, and looks nothing like a dog chew toy.
What I, and my son love about this giraffe, is how colorful it is. He loves just staring at it for hours on end. Each foot rattles and crunches. which he loves. The quirky face is eye catching to him. So far, this toy has provided him with hours of entertainment and something to drool on.
It also has a clip that can be affixed to a carseat, stroller, or activity center. Although, we have not had to use it as it usually stays with him. I give this toy an A+.