Thursday, June 07, 2007

All I want for Christmas

is my two front teeth! Robby is 6 months old as of June 4th! During our trip to Atlanta, Robby has grown by leaps and bounds, after two incredibly fussy days, he sprouted one of his bottom teeth, and in the past few days, the second one has emerged. Now that his bottom teeth have almost come in, he's been such a happy baby, smiling at Wal-Mart cashiers and anyone else who catches his eye! When we were in Atlanta he also started scooting all over the place. He doesn't crawl, he pulls himself along the floor with his arms and uses his toes to push on the floor.He is definitely a baby on the move! My parents and halmoni were so impressed, they kept saying how fast he was for his age. We would all be sitting down to dinner and I would set Robby down on the floor so I could eat, next thing you know, Robby is scooting towards the table so he can join the party! My family said he is such an easy baby, they hardly ever heard him cry, and he played by himself really well. He didn't show too much stranger anxiety, and only cried when someone else tried to hold him a few times, he warmed up very quickly to my auntand uncleand seemed to instantly develop a connection with my halmoniand my uncle's oldest sister. He was fascinated with his cousin Christine, anytime she was around he would just stare at her and try to catch up to her!Despite all the fun, I could tell he missed being home. Robby is getting so big, he weighs almost 20 lbs! He spends less and less time in the sling, but when he's hurting or tired, he just wants to be snuggled. He loves taking baths, he's discovered the fun of water and likes to splash, but does it all with a very serious look on his face. Due to his new scooting abilities, I've found this kid is interested in ANYTHING that's not a baby toy, including: plastic bags (very dangerous), any kind of paper, dog cage, bed frame, suitcase wheel, laptop bag, electrical cords, tv stands, wood trim, door stopper thingys, chair legs, long pile carpet, tassels on rugs, this has made life more difficult, but it's kind of funny seeing what he will go for next! I haven't consistently fed him solids, a fingertip of plum and avocado last night, he liked it! I LOVE his personality, he's so happy generally, and has the BEST laugh. He loves to "walk" around the house and one of his new favorite activities is being "flown" around the house on his Aunt Olivia's shoulders. He still likes to nap in my lap, but he is starting to nap on his own in our bed once a day, I know I'm way behind on this aspect, but it's worked out ok for me. Anyway enough of my rambling, happy 6th month birthday Robby, we love you!

7 comments:

Keisha said...

Wow!! Babies are so fun!!! I hope you and Robbie can come to my girls' night! It's next Tuesday (I sent you an e-mail). I can't wait to see them together again!!

Romi said...

He is too cute for words! My younger son used to drag himself around like that too when he was a baby. They can really scoot that way! :)

Julie said...

Great post. Robbie is really growing like crazy! Some babies never actually crawl, just moving from scooting to walking. That's what my great-nephew did.

tiennie said...

Oh wow! He is growing so fast! Such a cutie. I come to your blog for my baby fix since he kinda looks like my own.

Faith! said...

Robbie is by far my favorite knit-blog baby. I hope that doesn't sound as creepy as it looks after typing. What a cutie!

Jo said...

Robie made it to 20lbs just in time to catch up with that cat! They are the same size!

Judy said...

Hey Bea~
Christine says "Baby Robbie" and "Aunt Bea" every single day.
Whenever I show her your picture and Robbie's pictures, she's so happy and she points.
I can't wait til this December when we can see all of you guys again.