We just got back from the doctors, where Gavin got 3 more immunizations (and Mommy shed a few tears over the needles). Other than that, I found out that my son is a giant. He's 14.5 lbs and 24.75 inches. Basically, he's almost half my height! Sad.
All of this puts him in the 90th percentile.
He handled his needles like a champ and is still sleeping in his car seat in the living room. I'll let him rest - he had a rough day.
Other than that, things are going well. Gavin is now 10 weeks old - he smiles, coos like crazy and is almost at the point where he can roll over. I am having a dilemma though. Should I be putting him on his belly more? I keep reading that he should be able to push himself up on his arms by now, and he can't. Actually, he'd rather just lie there and suck on his fists...heh.
He's got amazing head control and neck strength otherwise, but doesn't really push up when I put him on his belly. Any thoughts?
He went to his first St. Patrick's Day parade this weekend and was the hit of the party! I thought he might freak out with all of the people, but he was just great. I've also discovered that he's quite a flirt with the ladies.
Well, he's waking up now, and it's bottle time, so I must be going.