I’VE MADE IT!! As a parent this is a huge milestone, my son is 6 months today and they are so many accomplishment to take about. Any you would like to share?
First and foremost, my son is rollin, rollin, rollin as well as eatin, eatin, eatin…
Rollin’, rollin’, rollin’.
Rolling over can be fun for your baby, but it can also be nerve-racking for you. Keep a hand on your baby during diaper changes, and never leave him unattended on a bed or any other elevated surface.
Your little social butterfly
One thing will become clear: Your baby is beginning to expand his attention-getting repertoire to include more than crying. You may notice him wriggling, making noises, blowing “raspberries,” and so on. Over the next three months, he’ll develop a uniquely personal way of letting you know what he thinks, wants, and needs.
In your baby’s diaper
Don’t be surprised if your baby’s stools change color and odor as soon as he starts eating even tiny amounts of solids. This is normal. If his stools seem too firm, switch to other fruits and vegetables and oatmeal or barley cereal. (Rice cereal, bananas, and applesauce may be constipating.)