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I feel like the twins are falling behind. They like to look at the toys but dont hold them and they dont roll or lift their heads up when i can get them to lay on their belly(not very often) its like their neck isnt long enough or something. Their dr isnt concerned but it kinda bothers me.
Don't worry, Barbara! Caleb didn't start playing until this last week. Before that it was just staring. If the doctor wasn't concerned about head control, then you shouldn't be either. I'm sure they're perfect!
Glad to hear Lorelei's weight looked good, btw.
Wife to Josh
Mommy to Caleb (born 12/11/12)
Thanks. Its just hard not to compare kids to other kids. I goy
t them a seat so they can sit up more to get control and have started playing with them more but its hard when you have three that need a lot of attention and a house to keep running. I also find it hard to remember they are younger using ajusted age. I just want them to be normal :/ i still worry about savannah and she is two. I just cant help but want them all to be everything they can be since my mom was never like that with us and it has made our relationship strained my whole life.
Ditto. Willa doesn't have much interest in toys yet, unless I shake the crap out of them in front of her. Which I don't mind doing...but doesn't have the same draw as watching her shake them herself. And also tends to make one feel very self conscious when you get caught shaking the toys by another adult.
She also hasn't laughed yet, and I can't wait for that. I get so jealous hearing my BFF talk about her 4 month old who is laughing like crazy...but I know my kiddos tend to be more serious, and I may not get a laugh for awhile yet.
Maggie - Proud Mommy to Marlowe & Willamina