It has happened…

In view of Nat being a hazard to himself… I wish this day came a little later – he hoisted himself up using his crib bar and just ‘stood’ there while both of us were sitting in bed. All I remember was that he was originally lying down, then when I turned my head to check on him, I got a shock because I saw his head peeping over the crib staring at me! All I could think of was my worst fear, which is him knocking his teeth out against the wooden bar of the crib -.- 

So the above happened around 8pm, when it was supposed to be bedtime. 

It is also evident that cot bumpers are useless against the Nat. He just steps on them in a bid to hoist himself further up so the bumpers don’t really serve their function of cushioning any hits. This is already the higher bumper set with strings on the top and bottom. He has another set which is a bit lower with strings on only one side so he just kept tugging it out of place. 

P.S his crib platform has already been lowered to the lowest, the moment he could sit up 

Then I came across this interesting Q&A article about baby standing in the crib at night, which disrupts sleep because the baby has not mastered how to sit/lie back down. This is because babies master the art of standing before they know how to sit back down from a standing position. 

Note to self: to be prepared that once Nat can hoist himself up more, it may disrupt his night sleep since he won’t just be sitting up in his crib during the occasional early awakenings :/ 

At times like this, I look back to the 3-5 month phase fondly, when Nat was fairly immobile. 

It’s funny how when they were so tiny, you can’t wait for them to grow bigger and attain the various milestones but once that happens, you recall how life was a bit easier when they were just a tiny bundle. The grass always seems greener. 

– CK 

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