Brady sits up now like it's his job, and Jaxon is actually catching on MUCH quicker than I expected. He's still not strong enough to sit without holding his legs, feet or floor, but I'm so proud of his progress.
Jason and I are taking the boys for an evaluation at a Chiropractor on Thursday. We've heard from many people (and did some online research) that it can be helpful for infants with reflux, and other problems like torticollis, colic etc. We'll try anything at this point. Jaxon is just up all night long, and you can forget sleeping longer than 20 minutes at a time once 3 or 4am hits. He is a screaming/puking mess by 6am (and you can bet it wakes Brady up), so we've been putting them to bed between 6-6:30 pm. To our surprise...they go down like normal and still get up at the same time...huh!
The boys looking at me and smiling early in the morning, while I mixed up Brady's breakfast of pears and oatmeal. I sit right in the middle of them with my wet wipes armed.
The boys playing nicely and watching (gasp!) a cartoon on the Noggin channel. I just thought this was a cute picture for a memory. We have blankets covering everything, and even plastic over the fireplace to keep cool air from pouring in. We can't light any fires/candles anyway because of the oxygen tanks.
Brady NOT helping Jaxon sit up by pushing him!
Jax told him to back off!
There...now everyone is happy.