I couldn’t pick between these two. I’ve also given up on trying to be creative or clever with monthly photos. A photo is what matters. This is also to commemorate our official survival (two days shy) of 100 days of darkness that is Newborndom. Cheers to you, little Rue for not driving us to kill each other... entirely. 😝 #myroryrue#threemonths#happybaby#babiesofinstagram#littlekit#squishsquared
Baby's got back. All baby clothes should come with bunchy butt padding, or at least from when they start wanting to stand until they've really got their legs under them. Speaking of standing, what are parents' thoughts on those jumper bouncy-chair-things? I know the doorframe ones are unsafe, but the controversy over the regular ones is that they hinder natural development. The best way to teach baby to crawl and walk is to set them on the floor, not prop them up in so-called developmental-aids. I buy it. BUT, for me the purpose of the bouncy chair isn't to get her walking sooner, but to let her entertain herself for a minute while I try to get work done. Or shower, or eat. Floors aren't a great option when you live in a crumbling rental with cracks between the loose floorboards and no insulation under the house...plus she doesn't love it. So will I ruin my baby by sticking her in something she enjoys for, say, an hour a day? I'll be honest; I'm looking for affirmation here. Interested to know where working parents store their babies when they need free hands.