Eli love his stationary bouncer thing. It's not really bounceable I think :P I'd like to get a jumperoo or something. His favorite thing is trying to fit that big rattle thing into his mouth.
Eli being folded like an accordian. ;) He's getting the hang of sitting. Tonight Ed and I had to go to the chiro and the secretary (who's the nicest lady and always holds Eli while I'm in there) said why don't you let the chiro look at him. Well, he's been mega fussy the past few days and I figured, what could it hurt. The chiro lady (Dr Nikki) is great. She has 3 kids and is a body builder. They dont do the normal 'crack' your back thing. They use a lil puncher thing and a lot of touching of reflexed. Anyway she just stretched his legs a lil. She turned him on his belly and held his knees together and stretched his legs a lil more after touching a few spots on his head. Then she pushed his buttcheeks together. Then she took him, hands under his arm pits, thumbs against his spine and just kinda swooped him down then back up twice. She said that's something you can do anytime.. that you'll hear popping but it's just fluid between the spine. She said when your more comfy with things you can also pick them up by their feet and let them hang upside down. She said their first instinct will be to hold their arms out wide..and that helps stretch them all out and align their spine just right. She explained things really well and I can't recall it all right now, but it made a lot of sense. AND SURE Kids have gone hundreds of years without chiropractic care ;) But if it helps him be a lil less fussy I'm all for it! His one leg was a lil crooked. She said we can turn him over and squeeze his buttcheeks together and look for the length in his legs ourselves. She said mainly you'll see problems if the kid has a fall. BUT anyway it was an interesting experience. I'll probably take him everytime I go so she can check him out :-D