Our lives seem to revolve around Scarlett's sleep.
I loved the sleep suit because it got her in her crib and rarely waking.
Unfortunately, that didn't last long.
Scarlett started waking up more and more as the weeks went on and nothing would console her except for nursing.
She also has gotten much harder to put down, taking almost an hour.
Once we finally do get her down she's typically up within 30 minutes.
The cycle continues all night and if Kyle goes in to sooth her she just gets more upset, so it ends up with me being up most of the night.
After many sleepless nights I am exhausted, so our pediatrician told us to try the Ferber Method.
Hopefully it works and my baby will be back to sleeping through the night.
She continues to grow long and lean.
We just moved her into 9 month pants, since they finally fit her waist! She is also mostly in 9 month onesies although they are a bit long.
6 month onesies have started getting tight.
She seems to have finally grown out of the tummy issues and rarely needs gripe water now, which I am thankful for.
She is a ton of fun and is doing something new all the time.
She rolls everywhere and is beginning to sit up.
She has also started this new thing where she bobs her head side to side.
She grabs everything and wants it in her mouth.
She's a big fan of paper and drinks.
She babbles dada all day and mama when she wants something, typically to be picked up.
The other day she looked right at Kyle and said dada so clearly that we both looked at her.
Her eyes are changing and have lost the blue.
They are mostly gray now.
I can't wait to see what color her eyes and hair will be.
She began solids the last few days and is fiercely independent.
She does not want you to feed her, she wants to put it in her own mouth.
It makes me glad that we decided to do baby led weaning with her.
She had potatoes and carrots for her first official meal.
I was amazed at how she picked it up and put it right in her mouth and started gumming.
She has also had pureed apples and puffs.
She puts the food in her mouth, makes a face, but continues to eat it.
I don't think she's a fan of the texture yet.
Hopefully we'll have a good eater.
This month we celebrated both Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Holidays are so much fun to share with her.
I can't wait till Christmas!