Last time, I mentioned how Tomoe would always find a way to fall off the sofa. Also, the bed she sleeps in, which is on our bed, is getting too small for her. Or rather, she’s getting too big for it. It’s only designed for up to 4 months old. Take a look below.
Well, our solution to falling off the sofa doesn’t solve our bed problem, but that’s another matter. Our solution to the bed problem is a baby bouncer. And boy does it ever work well! Tomoe sleeps well in it during the day, she can’t fall out of it, and we can hang toys from a bar above her to play with. It’s become a very valuable daytime bed/chair. When she gets older, we can attach a table to it, and she’ll be able to eat and play on it.
I love this thing! Now we don’t have to worry about her falling off the sofa while we’re busy.
There are some other things going on in Tomoe’s life. For one thing, my wife has started a part-time job. I get to take care of the baby while she’s at work. So far, things are going well.
Tomoe’s started losing some of her hair. This is normal, as many babies lose a lot of the hair they’re born with. It grows back. She’s getting a strange ring-shaped baldness pattern.
Playing is becoming much more active. Not only is she paying more attention to toys, she’s reaching out to grab them. This is a very important part of her development. Her hand-eye coordination is improving now. She’s also laughing quite a bit more now. The greatest discovery was today. She thinks my sneeze is funny. So, I did a few fake sneezes, and she laughed a lot. She’s a very happy baby.
4 months is coming up quickly! We should soon see her able to do pushups, roll over and more.