He took to it straight away and actually only had one accident and that was the first time we took his pull up off as he simply forgot. From then on, he was 100% dry, even at night. I don't for a moment take for granted how lucky we are in that respect, as I know for some people it came be a nightmare. The key for us was waiting until HE was fully ready not when the rest of society and people around us thought he should be. However the cut off point in my head was September, as that is when he starts nursery. I'm super proud of him and won't pretend that I didn't breathe a huge sigh of relief at not having to change toddler bum anymore!
Today Niall turned 8 months old. He is now sitting unaided and well and truly using rolling and his walker as modes of transportation. He hasn't yet mastered crawling, but can sniper if you class him not having control over where he actually ends up!
He still only has two teeth as the third is taking its time and causing havoc in the process. He is the complete opposite to Rio as his just popped up with no warning over night.
His eyes are still two different colours and I think for the first time I have managed to get a picture that captures it.
This month also saw my return to work. And although it was a lot easier this time to go back, thinking about it now I probably should of made the most of it and had the full year off as it will be my last.
I've also decided to stop thinking/caring about what others will think and start vlogging. Its such a great way to capture memories that I feel like I am missing out not doing it. As parents we constantly document our kids lives, what difference does it make if other people can watch?