Eisley Mae Harnois
11 lbs 8 oz
24 1/4 inches long
Can hold herself up pretty well when stood up against something she can lean and hold onto, such as the couch. Still mostly happy and full of smiles all the time.
I’m not sure if it’s because her awareness has changed, but this month Eisley has started not liking being held by anyone but Andrew and I. She seriously sobs. We do try and get her around people, so I don’t think that it’s because she’s too ‘sheltered’ at home. She did pretty well when we had family in town last weekend, but this is something we’re battling with right now. Anyone else dealt with that? I’m not sure if it’s just a phase or something we should be nipping in the butt before it gets worse.
Loves dancing, being held up to stand, being talked to, singing. She loves being read to, eating, and the rattles and toys we got for her and started playing with this month. She’s loving using her hands to play or, more often than not, to stick things in her mouth.
Hates being held by anyone but mom and dad & teething. Which is totally okay because mama and daddy don’t like the teething either. We’re hoping that they go back down so her pain goes away. There’s nothing worse than seeing your little try so hard to push her binky into the side of her mouth while in tears because she’s in pain. Lots of snuggles have been had.