February was a whirlwind month and we are already 8 days into March! Landon turned 8 months old today and I can’t believe how fast he is growing up.
This month he finally stopped screaming and is using more baby talk. He still screams when he is excited. He also laughs when you tell him to say “mama”.
Landon is enjoying eating solids and likes his veggies. He also can pick up puffs and eats them now. He still loves nursing.
He is extremely stubborn and will scream or grunt to get his way. He refuses to use sign language or learn how to crawl. Landon shows no interest in crawling and thinks that if he tilts his head he is making progress.
Landon’s first tooth finally broke through today! I can finally feel the little ridges which is exciting.
He loves to be outside whether it’s playing on a blanket or going for a walk in the wagon. He will look out the window forever to watch the wind blow the leaves in the trees.
Tessa can make Landon laugh and smile like no one else. He loves her so much.
Landon loves to stand and can even pull himself to the standing position when you hold out your hands. His activity table is getting lots of use.
It’s hard to describe but Landon does this thing where his head is tilted down and he just looks up with his eyes. It’s so funny and he totally knows he is doing it.
Landon loves to suck on the tags on his blankie. He still likes to have a Binky when he falls asleep.
We are currently working on weaning Landon from his reflex medicine so eventually we can try giving him dairy and see how he reacts. We still have months for this to happen but we are seeing less reflex symptoms even with less medicine which is promising.
Landon is a super happy smiley baby who loves to give hugs and kisses. He even kisses the phone when saying bye on FaceTime (I just haven’t been able to catch it on video)
Hopefully next month we will have more teeth and crawling progress to report. We shall see. For now we are going to enjoy every moment with our handsome little boy.
Landon’s new favorite thing is so pull himself up to a standing position with your hands and then start dancing. We are working on teaching him sign language but he is so stubborn and just screams instead of doing it.