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My Unique Experience and the Human Instinct

As I am sitting here, relaxing and drinking a cup of coffee with a waffle, while my baby sleeps, I am thinking there is no better child development class than the hands-on-experience that I get with my baby. Adrian is very receptive to language, and Rob and I really enjoy the various sounds of delight that he makes. It is apparent that conversing, singing and dancing to Adrian grabs his attention and teaches him to communicate. Tub bath time is another way in which Adrian has fun. He likes it when his daddy makes noises as he pours the water all over his body. He is right on track with his immunizations and his well-baby exams. He gained four pounds during his second month of life which brought him up to 14 lbs. 8 oz. We are just so lucky and happy to have been blessed with such an adorable and healthy baby boy. So far everything from breastfeeding to handling the baby in every different situation has been a learning experience, but one that comes with the human instinct. My little blue cape has been a life saving garment because it allows me to breastfeed the baby, out in public, very discretely and without drawing attention. People just think I’m keeping the baby warm. I just hope he does not start smacking out in public like he sometimes does at home. Well, Daddy and I have a lot more to experience as our baby travels along through his first year of life. And what a joyful ride it’s been so far.

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