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Piano man

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by Emma Elwin on 3 November, 2016

Dylan is turning four months today.

Wooden piano, Åhléns Bra val. The shoes he got from Grandma.

Today Dylan is turning four months old. I really can’t believe how fast baby’s learning new stuff! It’s truly amazing. This is also how long it has taken us to learn how to make our days more efficient. Routines you might call it. Something I always been terrible at maintaining. Before lunch is mostly about trying to get the little guy to sleep. The afternoon is all about playing his little piano, crawl training and eating. At night we take a bath and then it’s off to bed. At the moment he is sleeping through the night and only wakes up once or twice to eat. Fingers crossed that won’t change!

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Suky: Screw routines... the only thing he needs to rely on is that you are there for him. Why do humans always want to create rules for nature? Follow your guts with your kid and don´t worry about these made-up routines. It´s less exhausting and frustrating and more natural.
November 5, 2016

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