Life According To Me, With a 3 Month Old Baby

Winnie The Pooh Last week, Ava turned three-months-old!  Time certainly does fly! I was looking at pictures of her at birth and she doesn’t even look like the same baby! It’s incredible how fast babies progress and change. I’d like to say the third month is the best, but I’ll probably say that every month ;)

For a first time parent three months is super exciting because a baby starts to do so much more.  Ava can focus much better and her eye coordination has improved. Her grasping ability has also improved.  Ava has went from looking at toys curiously to wanting to grab and touch them. I love watching her investigate a new toy for the first time.  First, she sticks one of her little fingers out  to touch it and then grabs at the toy if she is interested.  For some reason my daughter loves Winnie The Pooh. I think it has something to do with the bright orange color. She loves her Winnie the Pooh Stuffed animal and a cute Winnie the Pooh scrunchy book that she loves grabbing.

Around this time a baby also starts to use his/her voice much more. New sounds like coo and even goo become popular. Oddly enough, Ava loves to make these sounds on her changing table! I guess she like getting her diaper changed ;)  Sometimes, I feel like she is going burst out talking. I try to mimic her baby talk because it gets her excited and she tries to make more sounds.

When it comes to Celeb Baby Laundry everything is going amazing. I truly feel blessed that I can stay at home with my daughter everyday.  I realize how difficult it is for working moms to leave their children everyday.  I hope all our readers are enjoying the blog posts of our new writer Pamela. She has two children, Jacob and Aubree. Aubree is actually the same age as Ava. Check out so some of her posts in the advice section.

xoxo,

Robyn




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