Wonder Weeks leap 9 and illnesses

The months of October and November brought me to my knees… πŸ˜₯ . It started in mid-October with our daughter’s sniffles and I thought she was ok to go swimming but sure enough, the next day she looked and felt much worse. The following day she didn’t look well at all and was just clinging on to me so I got a last minute doctor’s appointment. I was astonished when she announced our little girl had tonsillitis! That was the last thing I thought she could have. Continue reading

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Baby sleep app and anxiety

When our girl was born I found a very useful app to track the feeding and napping times. I fed on demand but still wanted to see how long had been since the last time and in terms of sleep it helped me to get an idea if she’s getting the recommended amount in total for her age group.Β  Continue reading

Holiday during ‘Leap 7’

As I’ve written before I’m a keen follower of the Wonder WeeksΒ  and as it happened, our last trip to Estonia was during our baby’s mental leap 7. I’ve stopped obsessing about how her sleep might change (read: get worse) and instead pay more attention to her new developing skills. Leap 7 is shortly described as follows:

Mental leap 7 – The world of sequences

If you are alert for newly developing skills in your baby, at around 46 weeks you may suddenly notice her doing things that are quite the opposite. She will begin, for the first time, to try to put things together. Continue reading

Wonder Weeks

Wonder Weeks baby blogger LondonI’m obsessed with reading about Wonder Weeks and trying to understand what mental leaps my little one might be going through. When she’s fussy I need to know the reason, hence the slight obsession, and it’s almost like a consolation – oh, she’s entered leap 5, yeah, that’s a tough one, that’s why she’s waking up more frequently again, or the grey period, which in a way was worse than the previous leap, made her crankier again. Continue reading