Mastered Skills (most kids can do)
Vocalizes: gurgles and coos
Logan has started to make the cutest noises, I think he startles himself when something comes out of his mouth that isn't a scream, because he looks so surprised.
Follows objects across field of vision
Yes, we are following all kinds of objects.
Notices his hands
They're in his mouth some of the time, so I suppose that counts as noticing them.
Holds head up for short periods
Yes, his head control gets better and better everyday
Emerging Skills (half of kids can do)
In the last 2 weeks or so Logan has been smiling up a storm, he also kind of laughs, but its more of a coo at this point.
Holds head at 45-degree angle
If he's on his tummy, he can hold is head up at a 45-degree angle.
Makes smoother movements
He's getting there, his movements are definitely less jumpy than they used to be.
Advanced Skills (a few kids can do)
Holds head steady
For short periods of time, yes.
Can bear weight on legs
Yes, if you hold him up, he will stand on his legs for a minute or so.
Lifts head and shoulders when lying on tummy (mini-pushup)
Yes, he still isn't a huge fan of tummy time. He does like it if he's laying with one of us tummy to tummy and will hold himself up.
Logan also had his 2 month check up today. He is doing well and the doctor was impressed with all the milestones he's meeting. His head circumference was 15.5 inches, he weights 13 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 22 3/4 inches long. He's off the growth chart and the doctor thinks he'll be between 6' 2" and 6' 6" tall when he's all grown, so we'll see if that is true or not. He thinks that James could end up even taller!
Logan also got 3 shots and the Rotovirus liquid vaccine. He was not happy about the shots and had a pretty fussy afternoon and evening. We gave him some Tylenol to help with the pain, but who really knows how much that helps. I am just thankful he didn't run a fever or have any other bad reactions. This morning he seemed back to his usual self, so I hope he and Adam make it through the day without incident.