Sunday, November 18, 2007

Finally...he drink the milk from the bottle!!!

Yes, finally my little Calvin willing to drink my milk from the bottle! Hoooorayyyy!!! (Calvin refused to drink my milk from the bottle even though he is very very hungry.)

Wanted to know how I did it? Is...I bought him the baby pacifier(0+ month). Before this, I gave him the pacifier
(6+ month) which my elder son Carson used to use last time. Of course is new one...we bought it last time for spare. I thought no problem even though I noticed the pacifier was a little bit big for Calvin. Because I told my mum about this, but my mum said is all the same, shouldn't be a problem. Because Carson started to used it when he was just 1 month plus. But I really need to think a way for Calvin to the drink the milk from the bottle. If not, I will be very tired and also if sometimes I am not feeling well, took some medicine, he still have to drink my milk. I think not so good for him. So I noticed that Calvin likes to suck my nipple when he wanted to sleep. Then I think may be I can starts with the pacifier. I go to buy the 0+ month pacifier. I gave him when he fall asleep. At first, he used his tongue trying to push out the pacifier, but I push it in again. I think may be he don't know how to suck the pacifier. Few times later, he really started to suck it. I was so happy because if he knows how to suck the pacifier automatically he will know how the drink my milk from the bottle. Is true, I gave him my milk from the bottle on the next day. The same thing happened...he used his tongue to push out the bottle, I push it in again. Two three times later, he started to drink the milk from the bottle and suck the milk 'speedingly'. So that is mean...not that he don't want to drink the milk from the bottle, is he don't know how to suck the milk from the bottle. Because the nurse told me that the way of sucking the milk from the bottle is different with sucking our nipple.

Wah! Taking care of a baby is really not that easy and is a challenging job too. But I'm still enjoying it. Every time when I look at the baby, everything is worth it.