Well That Was Nice

After days of barely any sleep Luke not only had a great night (for him), but also took a 2.5 hour long nap today. Last night he woke up every 1.5-2 hours for food, which is pretty typical. I’m still going with his cues for hunger and sleep. I don’t know when you are supposed to stop. I figure eventually he will eat more at one time, go longer between meals and want a faster flowing nipple.

I’m not going to push him. He knows what he’s doing and I don’t want to force him into something that he just isn’t ready for. Would it be nice to not constantly be feeding him? Yes. But at the same time, I’m enjoying the time now because it won’t be here forever.

At the same  time I have noticed immense changes in him this past few weeks. Luke no longer wants to be held all day every day. He’s fine jumping in the jumperoo, swinging in the swing or just playing on the floor. In fact, I finally caught him rolling from back to tummy and tummy to back. I am such a proud momma.

 

He’s an awesome little man, despite all of his minor tummy troubles.

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2 thoughts on “Well That Was Nice

  1. Sounds like you have a good attitude about the constant feedings and wakings. What you’re doing just going with his cues is probably best anyways. Especially now with all his issues. Even with Levi at 10 months I’m still letting him eat on demand and lots of days he’s only eating 1-2 meals of solids because that’s all he wants. With Tru I would have been freaking out but I’m trying to trust that Levi knows what he’s doing. (Although I’m slightly guilty of pushing food on him even when he’s not that into it. 😉 lol )

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