The most important progress during the month was getting on his feet without any surface to lean on, all by himself. He also has taken a few steps, but it’s quite not walking, yet (though as I understand then some consider getting up on feet as walking?). Continue reading “Our tenth month with Tristan”
This month was finally the brakethrough in our nights. Now Tristan demands feeding only two times during the night (instead of 5-6 times as before). Continue reading “Our ninth month with Tristan”
These days it feels like Tristan is developing every day. It is said that during this age babies personality will start developing, starting from finding his favourite toys and ending with getting more independant to explore the world. At this age they also may start feeling separation anxiety. Continue reading “Our eighth month with Tristan”
During his seventh month, Tristan gained so many new skills:
*he is talking by using more vocals than before;
*he started coming on his fours, hands and feet, like in yoga cat-cow position and crawling;
*he made his way from belly-time to sitting position without any help from us.
Here’s a short video of some moments:
Oh boy, sleeping 3 hours in a row is a dream… 😴 I have had that opportunity two times since the beginning of November 🤦♀️ Not speaking about sleeping through the night as the last time was perhaps in the end of June… Lately we have had nights where Tristan hasn’t sleep even 1 hour in a row. Don’t know whether his teeth might be hurting his gums. 🤷♀️
Tristan’s fifth month begun with Christmas holidays. We had lovely time with our families. Tristan met Santa 🎅 and got too many presents 🎁
Sleep patterns is a word combination that describes our fourth month the most. Our huge purpose was to get Tristan sleep in his bed and for that I started putting him sleep in his bed during daytime as well. Eventually he managed to sleep 1,5-2 hours in his bed during daytime, but that lasted for only a half week or so. Continue reading “Our fourth month with Tristan”
It is true – some things get better in time! Our third month with Tristan has been the greatest so far. We are still struggling to teach him falling asleep in his bed and I know that there are tough times waiting us ahead, but right now I am totally enjoying everything.
By the beginning of his second month Tristan had learnt to hold his neck for about half up to one minute. Here is one of the first pictures where he is doing it pretty neatly: Continue reading “Our second month with Tristan”
As a first-time Mom, I have just started discovering products for babies and toddlers. This post is about baby carriers.