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15 August, 2014

Maggie: Four Months


Weight: 13 lbs 8 oz (43%)
Length: 26 inches (95%)
Feeds: about 15 minutes every 2.5 to 4 hours during the day, and goes about 9-10 hours at night
Diapers:  Tiny Fit Tots Bots, and (our new favorite) Thirsties Size 1 and regular all-in-one or pocket diapers;  and size 2 in disposables (at night)
Clothes:  6 months, and moving into a few 6-9 and 6-12 months.
Shoes: none
Teeth: none


7/9/14 - Trip to the Bowling Alley
7/19/14 - Airplane Ride
7/19/14 - Wedding
7/19/14 - Trip to Notre Dame (before her sister!) and Saint Mary's
7/19-7/20 - First Hotel Stay
8/2/14 - Moved out of the cradle to the pack n play in our room
8/3/14 - First fever & cold


Most of the same from last month
Sleeps longer at night:  8:30/9:00-7:00/7:30Does great in the Ergo
Gave up swaddle
Much more alert during the day

A warm bath
Ergo rides
Laughing with Evie
Playing on the floor gym
Sucking on her fingers
Snuggling with her Grandfathers and Great Grandfather

Getting woken up from a nap
Being startled
7pm (good GRIEF!)


Maggie continues to be a rockstar night time sleeper.  Day time naps require a little more coaxing. As soon as Evie starts school I am going to get her on a regular nap schedule.

Her eye continues to have a blocked tear duct.  The pediatrician wants us to see a specialist at 6 months if it's not cleared up.  This has changed. Originally it was 12 months. I'll see what she says at the 6 month check up.

I haven't decided when we're going to start solids.  4 months was the green light with Evie, but now the research is suggesting 6 months.  I guess we'll take it week by week.  She seems content with just nursing.

Maggie is still sleeping in our room.  She's such a great sleeper so it's easier for me to have her in our room.  Really, I'm just putting off buying another camera for the video monitor. 

No one can get Maggie to belly laugh quite the way Evie does.  Sisters, y'all.  They're the best!

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