Last week I produced a total of 362oz. The girls ate a total of 343.6oz. When you figure that an ounce or two goes down the drain every now and then, I didn't have any extra last week. My supply hasn't changed at all, they're just catching up to me. We're now prepping 5oz bottles for Tina and 5.5oz bottles for Charlotte.
In other news, Tina's harness should be coming off tomorrow. I'm sooooo glad! I hate that thing! It interferes with her ability to strengthen her legs at all. Charlotte likes to play "up down" where she pushes her legs and has me hold her standing up until she collapses her legs and sits back down on my lap. I can't play that with Tina yet. We just come across a dozen little things like that which the harness interferes with. I can't even bicycle her legs and press her knees to her chest to help her fart when she has gas. We're anticipating a much happier baby overall after tomorrow.
|The cat figured out how snuggly the feeding station is.|
Her head is still a bit deformed though. We're trying to get her to rest facing the left in order to take weight off the flat spot and put it on the pointy spot in hopes that we can naturally round out her head but I'm not seeing a lot of progress. It's gonna suck if we have to put a helmet on her shortly after taking the harness off.
Sleep - we're going to have to start waking the girls up at 11am or so because they've let me sleep past noon a couple of times now. We've been getting up twice during that 12hour stretch to feed them. When one wakes us up, we attempt to dream feed the other as well. Apparently it's been working a little too well. So if we start getting them up at 11am now, and then when the clocks roll back in a week or two we'll change that to 10am (so no change according to the babies perception), we should have a much more reasonable schedule around here. I'm hoping that getting up a little earlier will help them go to sleep a little better at night and nap better during the day.
Charlotte is doing a great job of grabbing at the dangling toys in her play gym. Tina still hasn't quite figured out the whole grabbing thing yet. It has me a little concerned. I try to remember that every baby is different, but that really seems like something she should have figured out a long time ago. Maybe when the harness is off and she has a little more power over the movement of her body in general, she'll start exploring these kinds of things.