I can't believe our little boy is 4 months old!!! Where has the time gone??
We also had his 3rd vaccinations this week - 5 in 1 and Pneumococcal vaccines. We had a 20 second cry but then he was fine afterwards and didn't seem to get any ill effects. He's such a brave boy!
Baby M is growing and developing into a tiny person, he is such a cheeky chappy. He is such a happy baby giving us smiles and giggles. He only cries when he is hungry.
He's interacting so much more with us and his surroundings now. He loves to play!! He can now reach out for his toys on his play mat and bouncer chair. He loves his birdy and smiles when you give it to him. The concentration on his face when he is holding his toys and moving them about is adorable.
His speech is developing too, he keeps finding new noises to make. His current favourite thing to do is putting his lips together and blowing air out, like we do on his belly.
He loves us blowing on his tummy.
Bath time is so much fun. I don't think he will be in his baby bath much longer. He loves kicking and splashing - we've now had to put towels all around the bath to try and soak up the water.
Baby M is now in his cot too, he doesn't seem to have been phased by it. We do still let him fall asleep on us but we are going to put him down in his cot this week to break that habit.
He has such strong legs - even the health visitor commented on this when she visited. He would much rather stand than sit and has even attempted to put one foot in front of the other. When he's lying down he tries to roll over but hasn't quite got there yet. When he does sit down he has now found his feet and wiggles them and grabs them.
The health visitor told us he is definitely teething and I think they have been causing him some discomfort this week. We've tried gels, teething rings but he would rather shove his fists in his mouth, sometimes making himself gag because he's put his fingers too far into his mouth. I also think he's found his thumb, I've noticed it in his mouth a few times.
We've got lots on this month, I can't wait to see his reactions to things and watching him develop. Who knows what he will have achieved in the next month!