Cayden turned six months old February 26th. I can't believe it! It has gone soooo fast. He had his six month well-baby visit Friday, March 5th. He weighs 18 pounds 4 ounces and is 27.5 inches long. Before we know it he will be measured in "height" rather than "length". His lungs are clear now so we don't have to use the nebulizer anymore. Yay! He met all the milestones: sitting with support (and without), raking his hands, passing toys from one hand to another, turning his head when he hears his name, laughing, babbling, and bearing weight on his legs. He was so happy at his appointment too. He loves that white paper on the bed in the doctor's office. He tries wrapping himself up in it and ripping it. Then it came time for the shots. It was awful. He began crying as soon as the nurse walked in with her little case. Then she gave him the first liquid vaccine and usually Cayden drinks it right up. This time it took several minutes. I think it was because he knew the quicker he drank it the quicker he'd get the shots. Then the nurse asked one of us to hold down Cayden's little arms. Allan always does this part so I can sit and cry. Usually Cayden lets out a scream and then is over it. This time tears build up in his eyes before the nurse even came close to him. Then he cried really really hard, much harder than the other times, but was luckily over it quickly. I was not. I felt the need to hold him through the rest of the visit and carry him back to the car. It seemed like he was not feeling well the rest of the day. My friend Devon said her daughter was like that too; the older she gets the longer it takes to get over the shots.