Wednesday, May 10, 2006

In the mouth it goes...

What goes in Titus's mouth you may ask? EVERYTHING! He's definately getting the concept of grabbing everything in sight, and promptly putting it into his mouth. This includes my hair, my nose, my glasses and anything else in grabbing distance! It's cute, but it's just one more thing I have to watch out for now! The battle of keeping my baby away from chocking hazards has begun!

I put him down for a nap today without being swaddled (he's gotta learn sometime and it's getting to hot to do the double-swaddle thing we've been doing). I was determined that he was going to fall asleep without being swaddled. It took about an hour and half, two feedings and re-insertion of the binky every couple of minutes, but he sucessfully took an hour long nap without flinging his arms up to his head (which is what usually happens then he jolts himself and wakes up). Or he did do the arm-fling-thing at least it didn't wake him up! I figure it's better to practice at nap-time than at bed-time, because then it doesn't effect my sanity as much!

4 comments:

Jennifer said...

Elisha flings his arms around too, but I'm not sure if that is what wakes him up or not. Sometimes I put him in his crib and hold his arms down until he falls asleep....he hates to be swaddled, so that is out!

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GPB said...

Practice handing Titus the car keys and turning around and guessing what he is doing with them. This process will come in handy sometime all too soon. Just putting them in his mouth will be a good thing.

GPB

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