Ryleigh’s 6th month









Sleeping: She goes to be around 8:30 each night, wake to nurse at midnight, 3, 5 and 7. After the 7 am nursing session she will sometimes go back to sleep but most often is up for the morning at this point. She usually takes a morning nap from 9:30-10:30/11 and then naps again around 1:30-3.


Eating: Ryleigh is still breastfeeding so well! She nurses about 6-8 times a day depending on how busy we are. She also eats fruit and veggie purée twice a day. She eats the Beech Nut organic foods. She also gets bits and pieces of my food sometimes too. She loves Gerber Puffs in Banana and Peach flavor.


Diapers: Daytime- Flip diapers, Away from home and night time- disposables Pampers Swaddlers Size 2


Other Random Stuff: On August 19, Ryleigh said “Mama” for the first time and now she says it ALL the time! And today she started rocking back and forth in her hands and knees, she’s been scooting for a couple weeks now but today was actually up off the ground!



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