Mom - get this guy off me!
The boys are noticing each other more and more these days.
They love to get on their stomachs and look at each other. Cute stuff.
They don't call me Fat Jack for nothing.
I decided to try Jack on some mushed up banana. He was fine with it, but I'm not going to make it a part of our routine just yet. Maybe another month or so. And Braley is definitely not ready.
Paige was pissed that someone was sitting in her high chair being fed. But she is going to have to get used to it! I'm sure has heck not going to buy another one of those ugly pieces of crap. We have a space saver chair and a high chair, and that is going to have to work for our 3 kids. Paige SHOULD be able to sit at the table here pretty soon.
Now that Paige is two (as of Saturday...sniff sniff...) I really feel like it is time to take the bottle away. Naps are fine. Bed time is another story. She refuses to drink milk unless it comes from a bottle. And she doesn't even like to hold it. She likes to get in her rocking chair and have us hold it and feed it to her, like a baby. Now I love cuddling with my baby girl, don't get me wrong. And we are fine with rocking her at night to help her unwind before she gets in bed. But we need to stop the bottle business.
I can't put her in her crib and listen to her cry for her "malk". For a few reasons: one - I have never been a fan of "crying it out." It just isn't for me. Two - I have two 5 month old boys in the next room. I have a hard enough time getting Jack down for the night without a screaming 2 year old interfering with that process. So we always give in and give her one. I'd be willing to listen to any suggestions on how to do this.