On Sunday, I cut out his last night feeding, which makes me sad. I had just been feeling so guilty over waking him up to feed him. He has been doing great. Other than one night, he slept right through until 6:30-7ish. I miss those last snuggles with him, but it can't be about what I want! The bad part of this whole thing is that now I have to pump around 9pm before I go to bed. I don't want my milk supply to decrease more, so I think I'm going to have to do this for awhile. If he were with me everyday, it wouldn't really be a problem, but he still gets bottles at daycare, so it's hard to make enough milk for those.
On Tuesday night, Hunter was up at 2:50. He wasn't crying so I just laid there to see if he would stop talking and making noise. He didn't so I finally looked at the video monitor, and he was sitting up. Stinker. I went in there, rocked him for about 20-30 minutes and then finally laid him back down. He started crying and then went back to sleep. Then he did it again at 5:50. My guess is that he kind of woke up, sat up and then was wide awake. Thankfully he only did that the one night. He's slept through the night since Christmas, so it's been awhile since I've been up with him.
I also think that he's going to be right handed. He more often reaches for things with his right hand and feeds himself with his right hand.
This kid still loves bread. We've also given him blueberries and cooked carrots this week. He's ok with both of them. I've done some banana slices, and he seems to like those. I feed anything slimy to him with my fingers, like bananas, peaches and pears. He'll do pretty good and open his mouth for me. I think this weekend we will try some dairy, probably pancakes and some colby jack cheese. I've given him just a few pieces of mozzarella, and he didn't seem to have a problem with it. He didn't like it all that much though...it's kind of bland. I also have some fresh mozzarella, so he may like that more, plus it's pretty soft. It's hard trying to come up with things for him to eat at times.