This month Genevieve got her first top tooth – the top right one. It sure did give her fits, especially considering that the first two came in before we even noticed!
This month our poor baby has had her fair share of sickness. The month started out with a stomach bug that cause her to run fever, vomit, and get diaper rash. It also made her fussy. The end of the month saw her with a sinus infection or upper respiratory infection (doctor never clarified) and swollen eyes which the doctor said was caused by the infection spreading to her eyes. The stomach bug was treated with pedialyte and the infection was treated with antibiotics and eye drops.
This month Genevieve attended her first wedding: The wedding of Michael and Amanda Busick. The wedding took place in Pocahontas, AR. I dressed Genevieve in an adorable silver swing dress from The Gap so she would match her dad’s suit. I absolutely love the picture I have of Michael (my husband / her dad – not the groom) dancing with her at the reception.
I bough Genevieve her first bouncing ball (6″ ball) this month and she thinks that the bouncing ball is so funny as it bounces!
Genevieve is now wearing size 6-9 month clothes, size 3 diapers, and size 2 shoes (although her size 1 sandals fit fine and she has a few pairs of size 2 shoes that are too small). The last two days she has even kept shoes on all day at daycare!
This month we introduced peas (jarred) and blueberries (homemade blended with banana). prunes (jarred – im not sure how these would come out homemade), and Baby Mum Mums. I dont really want her eating the Baby Mum Mums though because of the salt and sugar content.
Daycare insisted we start bringing baby food and “snacks’ because she was getting upset when the other kids were eating. I am sure she is only upset because her playmates are in highchairs and she is by herself. I went ahead and sent the food though. She does eat a few bites, but no more than she eats at home (2 to 3 bites is normal / 5 bites is a huge deal!). I hunted and hunted for sugar free and salt free “baby snacks” and only found 2 products: Ella’s Kitchen Baby Cookies and Puffits. There are a few things out there that are sweetened with fruit juice concentrate, but I hope to avoid that as much as possible. I even tried to make my own puffs and teething biscuits, but I couldnt get them to harden enough.For now though, she isnt interested in the snacks. She might play with them, but she has no interest in eating them at all. Heck, we even tried smashed banana one day and she wanted no part of that either. I really hope that she doesnt end up with sensory issues with food!