Behind again. Oh well.
weight: about 23-24 lbs
clothes: 18 months
diapers: size 4 in disposables and wearing OS cloth
hair color: Blonde...though every now and then it looks like it has a reddish tint to it.
eye color: This is such a hard one to figure out. I know that sounds silly, but it really is. The outer rims of his eyes are a dark, dark blue/gray. The inside is a dark green. So much like Will's eyes (minus the blue)
eating: Breastfeeding, formula, yogurt, bananas, fruit and veggie puree, puffs, yogurt melts
nicknames: Crewboo, Crewdy, Presh...
likes: (loves) baths still, his walker and jumperoo, going on walks, any dog
dislikes: getting his clothes changed, diaper changed, or mouth wiped - he thinks we're trying to torture him obviously.
Crew had his six month shots this week. They were awful. I think because he is older now and somewhat knows what's going on is the reason they were worse this month. He cried and cried....and cried. It was terrible. He just got himself all worked up and sweaty and nothing would calm him for the longest time. It was the worst!
This week he started acting weird about bottles. He just wasn't interested in them at all. No idea why, but it did pass thankfully! He's eating baby food twice a day now (breakfast and dinner). He'll usually have yogurt or fruit in the morning and then some kind of veggie puree and fruit at dinner. He's an eating champ!
Crew is thankfully sleeping better again after his 6 month old sleep regression! That was a rough patch in the sleep department there for a while!
He absolutely loves his jumperoo! Worth every penny. He'll work up a sweat from jumping so much!
29 weeks was Crew's first Easter - He was so adorable!!
I spoke too soon on the sleep. This was a rough week again. We think it was due to teething. Poor baby!
We took Crew on his first camping trip this week! (which I have yet to blog about) We were at the Spring River in AR with friends for a day and a half and I was so apprehensive on how he was going to do. Well, he proved me wrong and slept like a champ in his pack n play in our tent. I woke up in the middle of the night umpteen times checking on him because he hadn't moved. I'm so glad that he did so well because camping is something that Will and I LOVE to do and I'm excited to carry on the tradition with our kids!