Thankfully he settled back down and our usual nights see him going to bed at 7 and waking for his first feed between 3 and 4. He sleeps in his crib until then but he is impossible to settle again after his feed so usually comes into bed with me when he wakes until we get up in the morning. This wasn't a habit I wanted to get into but my priority right now is getting enough sleep to function and so co-sleeping for a few hours is the solution.
Archie is also desperate to sit up and pulls himself forward when in a bouncy chair or on the sofa. He can manage a few seconds but is still very wobbly. I couldn't wait for Dylan to reach these milestones but it feels like Archie is getting there all too soon. My newborn has definitely dissapeared and I have a gorgeous baby boy now who loves to take everything in.
Dylan is still a fantastic big brother although he often gets a little over excited and isn't always so gentle. We have had a couple of incidents this month but he is also asking for more cuddles and giving lots of kisses.
The little guy is loving his activity mat now and is entertained for ages by his Lamaze toys when in the buggy. I am loving the fact that he can now 'play'. Teething is well and truly underway and Archie is always sporting a dribble bib. His favourite thing to chew on is my finger but I really need to invest in a Sophie le Giraffe I think as I have heard such good things about her.
At 4 months old, Archie has stayed in 4 different hotels and attended two blogging conferences, Cybher and Britmums Live as well as visiting Legoland - he is one very busy baby!