The Story of E – Season One Recap

As E was born on the vernal equinox (the first day of Spring) I thought it appropriate to refer to her progress in seasons! Normal people just count in weeks or months, I just have to be different!!

So E is now over 3 months old (15 weeks) and boy has she changed! It’s hard to believe that she’s the same tiny, squishy little baby from Day 1.

What’s she up to?

As far as official developments go she’s very alert and playful, she smiles (all the time!), she had her first giggle a few days ago and she’s starting to grab things (purposefully now rather than by sheer coincidence!).
I know a few babies who can roll over by now, which she doesn’t seem to want to do but she’s rocking tummy time – as you can clearly see below – so it probably won’t be long before she tries something new!


We do a lot of activities at home but we always get out and about, even if it’s just for a walk around the block – or to do a circuit of nearby Cheshire Oaks.  Strictly window shopping of course!

We’ve also been to baby massage classes, Sing and Sign, Bounce and Rhyme (I’ll do a separate post about the classes) and E has made some new baby friends.  I’ve also got a couple of friends who’ve had their first babies shortly after me, so it’s been good to share similar experiences with them over a welcome cup of coffee.

E had her first bus ride the other day, which she thoroughly enjoyed (she’s very nosy so loved staring out of the window at the scenery and passing traffic) and we are going on our very first holiday soon, so there’ll be plenty more adventures to come!


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