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Now the little guy has learned how to scream! He screams when we take something away from him, when he’s particularly hungry, or when he just feels like it.
Any suggestions on how to deal with this??
The (not so) long wait is over. The little guy is terrorizing the floors! We’ll have to set up the electric fence, soon. (Just kidding!)
He also ate his first biscuit.
The dude is growing up. Next he’s going to be moving in with his girlfriend and hating us (again kidding!)
The little guy is now just past 6 months old and seems to be moving more and more. Right now he is able to spin around in circles on his tummy, and flip back and forth. I’m not sure how much time we have until he is able to crawl forward–but I do know that I am not mentally ready! I mean, that will change the whole game!
Until that happens we are closely monitoring the situation (sounds very aloof doesn’t it). We are hoping he can crawl sooner than later, but at the same time know that our little guy will be will never be same once he starts tearing around the house. Time goes too fast sometimes.
Been a crazy few weeks. First I was off on a business trip for three days. Now this week, my wife and son are going to be going to the U S of A to do some shopping. I missed his first tummy spin last week–I hope I don’t miss anything new this week.
My wife and the little guy are away visiting the Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc. in Southwestern Ontario for the week. I’m excited to have some time on my own to get work done both here at home and at the office. Bachelor life again–without the wild parties. At least I’ll have sole control of the TV!
But it is only night one, and I’m already missing them. I’ve never been this far from the baby, and it’s been years since I’ve been away a whole week from my wife. We’ll see how this goes.
Although it doesn’t feel like it in Ottawa. I’m tired and have a cold of some sort, my wife is tired and has a cold, and the little guy has a cold–not sure if he’s tired. I can’t wait until the snow is melted away.
They say that living in a northern climate makes you appreciate the spring that much more–I believe it. Especially as a new father.