Lorelei has had a good couple of giggles, she likes to be giggled at and she copies the sound. We've had full on giggles in her sleep too (surely she's dreaming, do babies dream?) She's not quite rolling, she arches her back and shoves her head to the side so it wouldn't take much. No teeth yet, but she's chomping and dribbling, so perhaps... having said that Simon did this and didn't have a tooth until ten months, so it felt like he was teething for ages! This morning she found her feet, grabbing them and watching them as she kicks about.
Trey still hasn't giggled maybe I'm just not funny. He is eating his feet and bouncing in his jumperoo though. And I'm still not pregnant so I've decided to go through the egg donor process then start trying to conceive after we finish that.
Hey girls. Trey is saying "dada" "mama" "baba" and "byebye" he was 19lbs 11oz and 29 1/2 inches long at his 6 month check up :-D (99th percentile for height) we were expecting #2 in January and went for our first scan yesterday and sadly lost the baby we are devastated. I hope everyone is doing good!
Oh hun, hope that you're ok and managing to take some time out for yourself at this time.
We're full on moving about, crawling and cruising. I'm unsure how i'm managing with her and a toddler, but it's happening and we keep going. Simon has just started potty training too :S She's happily making lots of cute noises but nothing too recognisable just yet. Battling with hte idea of going back to work. I have some days back in coming up and i'm stressing about leaving them with someone else just for that time. Crazy. I guess i worry most about Lorelei and whether she will take a bottle (we're still bfing) but i also know that as she's started a few solids that makes it easier.
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