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Mazie at 6 Weeks

Mazie will be six weeks old in a couple of days. This seems to
be a pretty big milestone, at least in her parents eyes, since
supposedly after six weeks of breast milk she has now built up an
immune system that will keep basic nasty germs and viruses away. This
will give Mazie’s Dad and Mazie’s Mom confidence to take her out more,
into more varied environments, without constantly worrying about the
cleanliness of everything around us and giving sinister looks to
strangers who emit a short cough while passing. Really, don’t these
people know better than to cough around a baby!

Mazie’s getting much better with the whole controlling the head
thing. She likes to be held in a sitting position where she can then
survey the room and check things out on her own will. After her rapidly
developing neck muscles get tired of this, she assumes a rather odd
position resting her head forward onto her chest.

She doing fairly well with the sleep thing. Still wakes up a couple
of times and maintains her track record as a pretty loud sleeper, lots
of grunting and squeels. Sort of like a pig farm, but if you take that
analogy any further Mazie’s Dad will smack you, hard. Some nights she
decides she just doesn’t want to sleep and this spirals her parents
into despair, as they become achingly more and more tired until they
reach the point of misery.

It’s been hot as blazes here so Mazie’s stayed inside most of the
time. Her Mom is completely and totally obsessed with her being too hot
or too cold. How are babies born in the tropics? Mazie has lived so far
in a well controlled 72 degree house. We got a Maclaren Vogue stroller so
that she can get outside without being in her crazy, five-point harness
car seat. Mazie loves it, or at least I think so.

Tonight she’s taken to “spitting up”, but with a bit more volume
than a spit, and only on Mom so far. This seems to be a new thing.

I put up some new photos to share with everyone (including what her Mom has decided is the cutest photo of her and her Dad!). Also note the photo included here, where Mazie is modeling her great Road Sign Math onesie!


  1. She must have gotten her sleep or resting position from Great Grandpa thats hoe he sits at the table and sleeps and sometimes on the edge of the bed at nite. I worry he’ll topple over and hit the dresser. Hugs to all.

  2. She’s cute! I have three kids. After the first one, you become less obsessive about taking them out when they are that young and worrying about germs and whether they are too warm or too cold. It is still always amazing to watch each one grow and do new things though!

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