I just realized I haven't posted these yet, and now they seem old even though they're from last week...I think. Or maybe the week before? All my days blur together...
I was telling my neighbor how difficult tummy time was because Hannah, who loves sleeping on her tummy, screams when placed on her tummy if she's wide awake. Amy suggested using the Boppy as a prop. Egggggcelent idea!! This placed at the foot of our bed in front of the Baby Einstein sign language video (which she is obviously too little to understand) bought me just enough time to fold a load of laundry.
Seems like an okay idea, but my concern is with her back. It isn't a natural position to be curved up on the tummy. I would ask the doctor about that one. She is so cute! The pictures on your blog are always so cute.ReplyDelete
Enough time to fold a load of laundry AND snap a few precious photos.ReplyDelete
Amy, my friend who recommended using the Boppy, is a nurse. Also, we do back stretches like that in yoga all the time. Babies are naturally very flexible but lose a lot of that because our culture doesn't put much emphasis on the health benefits of stretching and breathing. She's prepping for baby cobra!! :) And anyway, if it hurt, she would let me know; the gal has a great set of lungs!ReplyDelete
Yes, I got that Amy is an RN. She actually took her boards when we were there. And I am sure she is a good one. Stay with us as we adjust to the new generation. :o)ReplyDelete
Baby Cobra is certainly a new one to us.
Keep up the good work!