It's hard to believe that Liam has gone from this...
in just 6 months.
I shouldn't be surprised at how quickly the time goes since this is my second time around, but it never ceases to amaze me. He's really starting to develop such a little personality; he's such a happy little guy and his giggles are contagious.
He doesn't sit up unassisted yet, but if you kind of put him in place using his little arm as a kickstand, he can prop himself up for a few seconds. I sense that his love affair with the bouncy seat is coming to an end, as his interest in it lasts for only a few seconds at this point. He is much more of a fan of sitting upright these days, so he's really been enjoying the exersaucer, jumperoo and bumbo.
We don't go for his check up until the first week of December (somehow we fell behind on these visits), but my at home estimate using our scale the other day put him at around 16 lbs.
He's still struggling with the reflux, despite the fact that we started him on solids a month ago. Unfortunately, the quantity of the spit up remains the same, the consistency of the spit up is the only difference. It also started bothering him again last week, he was doing his usual symptoms of needing to increase the dose (which is why I weighed him at home) so I called the office late last week, he had definitely outgrown the previous dose. We increased it right away, hopefully we'll see some results soon.
So even though the food isn't helping his reflux, he looooooooves it. His little feet start kicking a million miles a minute and we can't ever spoon it in fast enough! So far, he's had carrots, peas, squash, applesauce, bananas, pears and peaches.
Happy 6 months, my little man!