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Lilah has and it's adorable. She'll sit and stare at her hands, and this morning she was just staring at her feet. She's also started clasping her hands together, and if I put a toy in her hands she'll hold it and bring it to her mouth. I love this phase! Soooooo adorable.
Avery is pretty obsessed with her hands. The cutest thing ever is when she gets sleepy and starts rubbing her eyes. I just smile when I see it. She grabs at things and has pulled her daddy's glasses of his face a few times. She kicks her legs a lot but I haven't noticed that she actually checks out her feet yet.
Hey Kary I was looking into Sophie awhile back and on Amazon.com, there were some negative reviews, of parents finding that one of Sophie's feet was getting suctioned somehow to the roof of their baby's mouth and making it hard for them to breathe. It seems like it's not that common, but maybe just keep an eye on her while she has it? Just thought I'd mention it, not trying to alarm you.
I love how Kody plays with his hands. He does try to touch our faces now too, although his movements are a bit jerky still. I remember once he was just staring at his feet, it was funny! Although he doesn't seem to pay them much attention since then. He likes to feel Daddy's facial hair too, so cute.
Jo loves her hands. They are her favorite play toy! She chews them, gets toys with them, and will just watch them too. She has found her feet twice. But it's a random thing. She thinks they are pretty cool too. I like this discovery stage too.
Joy, thanks for the heads up...I do get nervous with Sophie. When my son had it, he did turn it so one of the legs was in his mouth and he gagged, so we are very careful with it. She does not get it unattended or in the carseat. Although she has recently broken out in some rash on her hands, wrists, and arms, so I'm taking it away for a week to see it that helps.
Tiago loves his hands...he is grasping toys and putting them in his mouth. He has not really ever just looked at his handsbut has always wanted them on his face. I can not wait for him to find his feet...he kicks those little legs soooooo much!