We've only put Kylie in a dress a few times. Most of the time she wears a onesie with pants. But Sunday was an exception. We went to our parenting group and we dressed the little critter up for the day.
Kylie has some inflamation in her mouth again. This time she has a red spot on a molar. We really thought there was a possibility that she might cut the molar as her first tooth but this morning her mouth looks a little calmer.
She has developed a dislike for green beans and peas. She usually loves them but I think the teething is changing her tastes for foods. I wish I had the video camera by her high chair as we fed her the other night. Do you remember that scene with Tom Hanks in the movie "Big" where he eats some pate only to make a horrible face and scrape it off his tongue? That was the exact face Kylie made with her peas the other night. She coughed and held out her tongue as if to say, "Get it off my tongue!"
Speaking of food, how did you introduce finger foods to your baby? We put some very small pieces of peaches from a peach cup on Kylie's highchair tray the other night. She picked up a piece, put it in her mouth, and promptly spit it back out. Then she wouldn't touch them again. Should we keep trying finger foods this way or is there another suggestion? Any advice you have would be appreciated!
Kylie is now in the 6-10 month old group at Gymboree. We went to our first Level 2 class last week and she loved it. We are more active in this group and I have to say that I broke a bit of a sweat playing with her. Gymboree still reminds me of dog agility training for babies.
Lastly, she did beautifully with her two 6-month shots. We opted to give her a flu shot as well. She only cried for a few minutes and didn't have the major fussies like she did with her 4-month shots. Hurray!
Here are a few more pictures: