Getting to know Caitlyn

She can roll over from belly to back.

She only rolls over when she and I are alone.

But she really does it! Don’t let Scott’s skepticism make you think otherwise. 😉

She insists on 6 feedings in each 24 hour period. So if I only get in 5 before bedtime, she wakes up once in the night. Otherwise it’s an ~11 hour stretch and I wake up in puddles (will that ever end?)

She communicates occasionally by cooing but predominately by breathing through her nose. Through judicious use of snuffing, snorting, sighing, rapid breathing, and what seems to a complex adaptation of morse code, she makes her desires known.

When her attempts at nasal communication fail her, however, she is much louder than Mackenzie and much like her mama she has a tendency to blow things out of proportion.

As long as she’s included in the heart of all action, though, she is perfectly content.

Unless she’s hungry.

Also, Mackenzie would like me to add here that Caitlyn is not big enough to eat oats. Also very true.

The end.

About beanland

Scott is a family practice doctor and Anne is a full-time mother and teacher to three beautiful girls and one boy.
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