Last week, after weeks of almost being there, Edith has rolled over onto her tummy. It's very exciting! We were so proud. She rolls onto her tummy, is fine for a few minutes, then cries, because she is on her stomach! Then, I roll her back to her back and she rolls back onto her tummy.
One morning, she had woken from her nap, but was fine for a bit before a feed. I was just getting into the bath. After a few minutes, I heard a few thuds against the side of the crib and a frantic cry. I thought that she had her foot stuck or something, but when I'd talk to her, she'd stop crying. Then, I heard a thud, thud, thud, frantic cry. Thud, thud, thud, frantic cry. When I came around the corner, she had moved to the top of the crib on her stomach, a long patch of drool around her, with her head wedged in the corner. Her arms were flailing franticly. I probably shouldn't have laughed, but I sure did!!
Last night, Edith had rolled onto her stomach. I was talking to my friend, Suzzanne. Edith looked up at me over her shoulder and rolled onto her back. Now I've got problems! My baby has just become mobile!
Look, two teeth!! (Not the gums, the little white bits above the gums.)