Our June bug is 3 months old today. I'm still reeling a little bit on the fact that my baby is no longer a newborn. :( We have had so much going on, that it seems I am missing something!!
June has discovered the playmat (above) and loves that little star almost as much as Kelsi did (or still does from the above picture). We love to watch her watch the star intently and then break out into a huge smile and kick her legs. She also loves ceiling fans and can stare at them forever if I let her.
I had to start buckling June into her bouncer since she can now wiggle her way out of it.
June also loves bath time. She wishes that they would last longer than they do.
June still sleeps great. She is on a true baby schedule. 2 hour nap in the morning and in the afternoon and a 45 min nap in the late afternoon early evening. She goes to bed between 7-7:30 and sleeps 11-12 hours every night. We have settled into a nice routine and we couldn't be happier.
I had June screened with the Infant Toddler program to see how severe her Torticolis was. The therapist said that there is a difference in tightness between her left and right side of neck, but not severely tight. She thinks that June won't look to her right more out of bad habit now than not being able to. We are just supposed to keep working on positional therapy and gentle stretching. (Making sure she tries to look to her right during awake time). If you look at the cute bath picture above, you can see her eyes looking to her right, but her head is straight on. I am taking June in for a helmet evaluation. If you look at the bouncer picture you can tell her head is rounded but it is bulging on her left side a bit and may require a few months of helmet therapy to even it out. This has been caused by her constantly laying on her left side. Since babies heads are so soft, it has changed the shape of her head.
We love our little June bug. She is such a good and happy baby and she brings SO much joy into our lives.