I spent most of this month on Ma's hip, being incredibly patient as she worked on her magazines and spent way too much time staring at her computer.
I love reading with Ma. I especially love anything by Todd Parr, Bubble Trouble by Margaret Mahy, The Wild Baby by Babro Lindgren (which was the first book my mum read to me, and one of her favourites from when she was little), Yellow Submarine by The Beatles and There Are Cats in This Book by Viviane Scwartz.
I've started smiling, which seems to impress my parents no end. They won't stop tickling me or making stupid faces to try to get me to laugh at them. There's plenty to laugh at, believe me.
I have managed to sleep for over nine hours without waking. Only once, but it's still pretty awesome. Most nights I sleep from around eight until nine or ten in the morning, and am happy to go straight back to sleep between feeds with no fuss.
I met Bob Brown!
I now weigh over six kilos, meaning I've doubled my weight in three months.
My favourite colour is red. Whenever I see anyone wearing red, or I tuck up in my red and white blanket I can't stop staring.
I love chatting away to anyone who will listen. I love smiling, laughing and goo-ing with all the friendly faces who play with me.
I was babysat for the first time by Holly and Clare when they visited from Canberra over Easter.
I found my tasty, tasty hands, and delight in stuffing them into my mouth as much as possible.
I sadly waved Pa off as he went to work at his new job with Oxfam. I loved having him home for the first nine weeks of my life!
My mum sings me to sleep with Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby from O Brother Where Art Thou? every night, and even though she can't sing very well I'm mesmerised by her.
I went on my first holiday. We went to the beach at Lorne and spent hours and hours walking up and down the board walk. I liked all the walking but I wasn't so keen on the bright sunshine or the cold winds.
I grew out of all my four zero clothes and am already pushing out of some of my three zero clothes. People have given me the cutest outfits and I'm sad I won't be able to wear so many of them for much longer.
I'm still breastfeeding and while it's still been difficult at times we're come a long way. Ma is feeding me in the strangest of places. Everywhere from beaches to backyards.