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Any other babies extra squirmy lately? I put Jacob in his bouncy seat unbuckled for one second yesterday and he was on the floor. He's so squirmy in his tub I swear he's trying to drown himself. He's not happy just laying or sitting on my lap anymore...he's constantly moving and sliding down. I kinda miss my immobile baby
Brynlee has always been like this. I have a hard time keeping her still to put her diaper on, lol. She kicks her legs, pulls up by her belly, and is always moving and flailing her arms and legs around!
Alex has always been pretty squirmy but it's getting worse. I've started strapping her into her swing and bouncer.
When I put her on her playmat, I'm constantly having move her back onto it. She'd squirm halfway across the room if I'd let her.
Thanks to Bokkechick for my siggy.
When Evan gets excited he kicks and kicks and waves his little arms. So cute, but he definitely needs to be strapped into his bouncy chair. He also flails when he gets mad, which is especially "fun" for middle of the night diaper changes in the dark.
Since mine is so much younger, she's not there yet. She hates tummy time; thinks I'm torturing her. And forget about coaching her to turn over. She just starts crying. And still no interest in toys. She is "talking" more however.
Joshua also doesn't like to sit still for very long anymore. He likes to keep scooting his butt all over our laps. He's not rolling over yet but he can push himself with his legs so i find him in different positions on his blanket
It's exciting to see this but sad in a way b/c it means my baby is getting bigger!!!!!