Saturday, March 29, 2008
We fed Jayden his 1st cereal today. And like every enthusiastic parent, we were hoping to see a very delighted baby - the usual response when solid food is introduced. But to our dismay, Jayden grimaced at every spoonful served to him. I think if he could talk, it would have meant "YUCKS! WHAT WAS THAT?!" :(
I'm trying to convince myself that the reason for his rejection is due to his cold. I asked myself many questions "The mix wasn't smooth enough? Too bland? He doesn't like it? Not ready fod solids?"
WHAT COULD IT BE???
I hope it's just a passing phase. We will try again soon...
Saturday, March 22, 2008
And he was once again in action!
The session did not have any time constraint but after 30 minutes, Jayden was still kicking happily. Of course, we had to pull him out before the water turned cold, much to his disappointment.
Don't worry little boy, Mommy & Daddy will bring you to the big pool soon!
Friday, March 21, 2008
Ok precious, we'll feed you solids when the time comes. For now, it's just MILK. (and make sure you always finish your food!)
It's amusing to see the many faces of your baby when you put him on a new toy.
P.S. Of course, the excitement is usually short-lived. :( He was yawning most of the time.
Saturday, March 15, 2008
... by using HIS HEAD.
See how he squealed in delight when he found his new 'skill'. :D
Saturday, March 8, 2008
It is enough to make hair extensions or make a bald man weep at the amount of hair I could afford to lose. Blame it on pregnancy hormones. My hair just keeps dropping, I have hair everywhere in the house, on my bed, even sometimes I find Jayden covered with my hair after kissing him. :(
This is very depressing. Dylan suggest I wear a shower cap.
I hope it stops soon...
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Ever since he knows how to flip, turn, roll, whatever-you-may-call-it, sleeping with him will sometimes result in: -
1) Finding him at the edge of the bed (you'd wonder how he managed to get there beyond the pillows and bolsters surrounding him)
2) His feet 'slapped' across your face (you'd also wonder how he managed to do that because he was actually sleeping in parallel with you)
3) Finding yourself waking up several times in the time whenever he yawns or sighs in his sleep (yes, he actually makes yawning sound IN HIS SLEEP)
4) Finding him turning over to grab your hand before falling back to sleep.
It is really amazing to see how a baby be so active even when HE IS SLEEPING. -_- And this resulted to a very worn-out mommy because her sleep was interuppted several times because of these little night activities.
I must move him back to the cot soon.