Aoife is constantly hungry at the minute and I feel like I’m forever trying to find something for her to snack on. I’m not sure if its totally normal how hungry she is all the time but all I can do is try to find her healthy things to munch on. How much should a 16month old be eating? Some days it feels like she’s eating more than I am.
There has been a serious lack of posting on the blog these last few weeks and it’s all been down to one thing. Little A is now properly on the move meaning I can’t take my eyes of her for one minute at the moment. Her crawling has become speedy and she is also pulling herself up on everything she can find.
I’ve been working on getting Aoife’s room ready for her since before she was born and its finally finished. I started with the idea that I wanted to create a space that would be fun and would provide lots of areas for imaginative play. The plan was to design the room that it would grow with her and wouldn’t require to much redecoration as she gets older.
How this has happened I have no idea! I haven’t done un update for quite some time, the last couple of months have been pretty hectic with nights out, Christmas and Aoife now napping less and being far more active through the day. All this along with me trying to teach myself to knit hasn’t given me much free time at all.
In last few month I have come to rely on a number of different products on top of the ones that I talked about in my last list of essentials. We still use all of the things from that last post but now we also use these as well. Like i have said in the past the things that I class as essential will not be what someone else cannot live without as each baby is different, these are just the things that I have found helpful.
A couple of months ago we purchased the Ergo Baby 360 carrier after A started chewing the sides of the Solly Baby Wrap making it socking wet within minutes and its been a brilliant buy. I love carrying her around close to me and it has so many advantages over the pram.