Once again, still laying pretty low amongst two Polar Vortices, sub zero temps, and flu season and all. Really looking forward to spring. She did get to meet the UDel Crew and kiddos and hung out (more like slept through) Fiona's 3rd Birthday Party last weekend.
Still on the sauce. Mama's milk. She's not really into the bottle, but we haven't offered it that frequently. Usually I just freeze what I pump, which I usually only do a few times a week in the morning depending on how she ate over night. She's had two bottles and the only way she'll take them is if I nurse her enough to quell her hunger first. Even then, it's hit or miss.
At my 6 week appointment I was five pounds away from my pre-pregnancy weight. I think I might be even closer now, but I am in MAJOR need of toning up. I essentially haven't worked out since getting pregnant with Ashlynn. For this former athlete, this is insane. We finally purchased a BOB (dualie) and I can't wait for the snow to melt, temps to rise, and Kenley to sit with more stability so I can take it for a spin with the girls around the neighborhood (which includes lots of graduated inclines). My blood pressure is back to being really low (86/50) even though it barely hit triple digits during pregnancy. This explains the dizzy spells I'm still having even the I'm not longer with child.
I'm starving all the time, thanks breastfeeding. I also had another clogged duct last week, at least it wasn't mastitis. The husband and I are about to finish the last disc in Breaking Bad, but I guess that doesn't pertain to Kenley unless she wakes up and we have to pause. Just thought it was epic and worth noting.
Not sure what else...
Holds her head really well and will rest on her elbows at tummy time.
She 'social smiles' all the time and coos a lot too, way more than I remember Ashlynn doing at 2 months.
She's trying roll, but thankfully hasn't yet. I'm enjoying swaddling and know it's why I actually get sleep at night. We will transition her to her crib soon, I know she's ready, I just don't think I am.
Once again, feels like time is flying. I feel like she looks and acts older than she is, but I'm sure it's just that I forgot. Ashlynn is so sweet with her, it does make me want to fast forward a year to see them playing together, but then I remember this is my last baby... and I could have her this small forever. With less spit up of course.