I haven't kept up with our other blog but have found this a great place to keep track of the kids' growth (I'm absolutely terrible about keeping up with their baby books) so if you find this boring, feel free to skip this post. Its more for me than for you :)
We took Marek in for his 2 month check-up and immunizations last night. He is now 11 lbs. 4 oz. and 23" long. No idea what percentile that makes him (they don't give that kind of info. at the clinics here) but considering he started at 6 lbs. 7 oz. and 19.5", I'd say he's good and healthy.
I wish I could say he's been the amazing sleeper his sister was at this age, but alas, that would be a lie. Though, I have had 3 great nights in a row from him this week (only waking once in the night). But then he had his shots yesterday and that threw everything off and I was up about 4 times with him last night. Ah well... I just keep telling myself that I will actually get to sleep again... someday. One thing we have discovered in the last month though, is that he loves to sleep on his tummy and this has helped immensely. He's also a bit of a "suck" and will sleep for HOURS on end if he's in someone's arms. I have a feeling he's going to be our "cuddler," which is great because his sister definitely isn't. :)
He is a very happy baby other than that. He's smiling and cooing a lot now and will grin for anyone who's willing to try to get a smile out of him. This is when things start to get really fun.
He seems intrigued and delighted by his
I had to get back to language school last week, which meant Marek had to come with me.
Let's just say, the teachers didn't mind one bit...
As his Auntie Corina stated,
"he's learning by osmosis..."
Thankfully, I've been able to time his feeds this week so that I can leave him with either Auntie Carmen or P Boh while I head off to school. As cute as he looks in the above picture, its not actually as easy as it looks. Keeping a baby happy while trying to study Thai is tricky and I've had WAY more productive classes this week when he hasn't been with me at school. As much as I miss him during those couple of hours, I must admit it makes life a lot easier. And, if he's at home with P Boh, he'll still be getting his 'Thai language practice' in anyway :)