He is more interested in eating and we've gotten more serious about him joining us for meal times. Finger foods are a challenge for me -- trying to figure out what's appropriate and what's not as far as food type and size. But the doctor has assured me, now is the time for real food and real meals . . . and real messes.
This month we traveled to Belverde, Texas to visit Chris's family and meet William's newest cousin Elijah. William's second flight was very different from his first experience as he is less inclined to sleep in our arms and much more interested in everything else going on. Trying to avoid the screens on the plane was impossible but we still tried. One the way home, he was super sick; thankfully he slept for a little bit and didn't seem to mind dad rocking him for a few hours. (Thanks Hon!)
It was the first time Chris's siblings had gotten to meet William, and the first time for William to be with his cousins--which he loved! I hope to write more about our trip later.
William started clapping last week! It's a silent clap but the movement is there. He also figured out how splashing in the tub works and is a huge fan. Bath time just got a lot more fun!
He started cutting two more teeth on the top, making six total. He is still waking up 2 or 3 times each night, which we hope to put a stop to this month (fingers crossed and prayers being said!).
He found a new use for his exersaucer!
Taking photos has gotten a lot harder lately! He doesn't like to sit in one place for more than a second. He loves when I bring out the camera, but now can't stay back far enough for me to get a shot. I guess now is when photographers bring out the props!