Brantley was born 12/14, he is just over 7 months old. He has 2 teeth, rolling and "crawling" (without using his legs). EBF but has had some egg yolk and avocado and is 20.4 pounds. Loves to watch his brother and sister :)
We formula fed our first 2 babies and with #3 I am nursing. We ended up getting stranded this winter at a friends house and it was nice not having to worry about formula and bottles. It was an easy decision to stay bc i could feed our LO with mommy milk!
At first I was worried about traveling and breastfeeding but now I don't even think about it, it just comes naturally!!
We have Eden Raine dd, Brett Edwin ds1; Edwin for Great grandfather and Brantley Albert ds2; Albert for other great grandfather. I always liked Meadow and Ada for girls. Boys I like Ari, Ryder, Kellen. My name being Autumn was very unusual when I was growing up, now it's pretty common.
This year we are concentrating on living within our means and simple. Buying second hand etc. I was doing really well with this and the last July we came into some money and paid off house, car, credit cards, we have a small loan from our remodel but it's under $7,000. We kind of went spend happy, although we did buy things second hand it was still things we didn't have to have. So this year I want us to get back to living simple.
Brantley Albert was born December 14, 2012 at 6:20am. By far my longest labor out of all three of my little ones, 19 hours. At a routine check up with the Dr at 10:00am Thursday(12/13) morning I was dilated a fingertip and still had a thick cervix. Dr tried stimulating it so I would thin out a little. After the 20 minute drive home I started contractions, after timing and talking with hubby and Dr we decided to go to the hospital at about 2pm was dilated to 1-2cm by...
Hubby's prediction is 12/16. I wouldn't mind that, EDD 12/28/12 baby #3. Recently I have had dreams baby is a girl but we found out in August that he's a boy. lol I hope he makes his appearance very soon. Dd was evicted 2 days over due, Ds came 10 days early on his own. I know it's best to keep him in until he is ready but I am getting anguish!! Good luck to everyone!!
A friend gave us a wooden balance bike her kids wouldn't ride. My son LOVED it and rode it for the last 2 years. This summer he was able to ride a two wheeler without a problem, no training wheels or help he just jumped on and rode!