Will continues to be a sweet, laid-back, cuddly little guy. He has a smile that could just melt your heart with his precious dimples. He has adjusted to day care well except for getting sick so many times at first. Here are some of his new "tricks."
And, a lot of falling backward. . . .
Will is now sitting up very well, with no support! He loves it. Now he can really play with toys and see everything that his big sister is doing.
He can also enjoy the bathtub from a whole different angle. Look at that cute chunky monkey!
We are also working on eating solid foods. He is a little lazy about picking up the pieces with his hands and would prefer the faster way of me feeding it to him. He doesn't have any trouble picking up and feeding himself a wagon wheel though.
Sadly, after a very scary and swollen reaction to milk-based formula when he was weened, we have found out that Will is allergic to milk and eggs. He now travels with an epi-pen in his diaper bag and will continue to be tested every year to rule out other allergies or hopefully, see if he outgrows the existing allergies.