Tallu is seven months old, and 14 lbs, 14 oz. She's had some congestion for the past three weeks, and she's also been teething. The doctor scheduled her second flu shot for Saturday, but she had a slight fever, so the doctor decided not to do it that day. She's also sitting up unassisted, and babbling a lot. She still doesn't love tummy time, but she'll do it if well distracted.
I took down the bassinet portion of the playpen because Tallu was getting too big for it. This wouldn't be a problem, except she does not like sleeping in her crib at night. It's 2:39 pm, and she's taking a nap, in the crib. She's been down for an hour, and asleep in the crib about half an hour. Tonight we'll start the transition, which is going to be loud, long, and sleepless for me, I'm sure. I brushed up on the No Cry Sleep Solution, which sounds more humane to me than Cry It Out. NCSS is all about routine, routine, routine. I don't like routine, but my husband is tired of being slapped in the face at 5 in the morning by the baby.
Speaking of baby, she's done with the nap. Byee!