This is a post to update both my babies milestones. Yan Yan is now 30 months old while Heng Heng is 13 months old. I like this two photos, Jie Jie caring for the lilttle brother. Heng Heng seldom get so close with his 'Jie Jie' without being bully( Jie Jie likes to bully Di Di, always hits Di Di without any reason, snatches whatever things from Di Di).
Heng Heng at 13 months old..
Height : 77cm
Weight : 10.9 kg
Teeth : So far only eight, no new teeth coming out for quite sometimes already.
Eating Pattern :
Eat every 3 to 4 hourly. 6-7 oz of EnfaPro formula. Eat porridge almost every day. Sometimes eat rice with soup. He can finish one whole plate of porridge within 10-15 minutes. Good eater as he always ask for ' mam mam' ( food) even he is just finish feeding by milk or porridge. Basically Heng Heng does eat what adults eat.
Still having his midnight feed around 3-4 am.
Heng Heng started his walking journey shortly after his 1 year old birthday. Now he walks independent and steadily with no support. Hardly find him crawling now.
Understand simple instrctions like ' come to mummy' , 'go ooi ooi' ( sleep), 'drink water', ' throw your diaper please' and many more..
Can dance when he listens to music. Both his hands swing and swing following the songs and music.
Able to sit still and play on the swing. We will swing him from the back need no to give him any support.
Introduced to drink with a straw and success to suck and drink.
Introduced to poo in the adults toilet bowl with baby potty seat on it.
Speech developement :
Only knows babbling most of the time.
Can only say out 2-3 words like ' mam mam' ( food), ' di ' ( Di Di ).
I read somewhere saying that learning to walk often slows down languange developement for a while. So I think he will not learn to talk so soon.
Started to call me ' Ma Ma' this few days.
Developed some bad habits..
Ah ha! You guess what is the bad habit?
Check it out..
Tik Tak, Tik Tak, on and off, on and off, hu hu, I like to play this......
Mummy always scolds me and stops me from playing this. It is dangerous, I know.
He also likes to go to the kitchen to search for 'mam mam' . Always want to get the refrigerator open by pulling hard to open the door. He is still not strong enough to open the refrigerator.
Yan Yan at 30 months old..
There is not much to update, just a bit more achievements in terms of speech development and eating pattern.
Yan Yan takes more solids food than previous. She used to reject eating porridge all this while but lately she eats small portion of porridge. Yan Yan is still a picky eater, only eats food that she likes. She has 1 to 3 small meals a day. The portions are about 1/3 of an adults serving size. If she eats too little, I will worry she is not enough full and will give her another 3 to 4 oz of milk.
Her appetite will increase only when she sees her milk and always ask us to prepare a full bottle of milk for her. She will cry and yell if we only give her half bottles of milk.
She starts to use short sentence in her conversation, like ' I want to watch TV' , 'I want to drink milk milk', ' mummy, don't angry ok' , 'where is my chut chut (pacifier)' and others.
She can sing a couple of songs and most the songs are nursery rhymes.
Can recite A to Z and 1-12 but still can not recognise them. Only can recognise A, B, C, D and O. I have started taught her to learn to recognise alphabets since last week. She keeps saying that she knows everything and refuse to learn from me.
Bowel movements : Normally pass her bowel everyday but the poo poo is hard and dry most of the time. I have introduce prune juice to her this morning and hope it works on her.
Weaning off her pacifier : It seems like she is not ready to wean off her pacifier. She is still sucking fierce on her pacifier, when she sleeps, watches TV. She will cry, yell and gets so cranky when I take away her pacifier. I have give up weaning off her pacifier.
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