The past month has been very busy, with Christmas and the holiday.
He had his first ear infection before 9 months, which required two rounds of antibiotics, then the other ear got infected, and then he got bronchitis. We got an inhaler, which he HATED, so we also got a nebulizer, which he tolerates. Poor thing.
William celebrated his first Thanksgiving (traveled to Mississippi) and Christmas.
He became a super speedy crawler and was also pulling up to standing almost immediately (before 9 months) and by 10 months was cruising around tables, and behind his walker.
Still in size 4 diapers and between 9 and 12 month clothes.
We also hit a major sleep regression - which was probably partially related to the ear infections and teething (for real this time!) and being off his schedule, but it just spiraled from there.
He also finally got his first tooth a day after turning 10 months old! The bottom two are starting to grow in. This has made him a SUPER fussy clingy baby.
He talks a lot and is making all kinds of sounds.
Learned how to wave, and it's the cutest thing. He squeezes his hand into a fist and opens it, usually facing himself.
I don't think he actually knew what he was saying, but one day he turned around and saw Maggie, waved, and said "Da!" in a way that sounded a lot like "dog." I'm not deeming it a first word yet though.
We had ventured into table foods, but I think the ear infection and teeth turned him off solids a bit. He still likes bread/carbs the best, but also loves meat. Not a fan of most veggies.
Takes two naps a day.
He also moved up to the "crawler" room at school, so he's been getting adjusted to that.
Being held down for nose cleaning or getting an inhaler
Being set down