It is interesting to see how Oliver’s take on Emery changes as he grows and his personality develops. Emery smiles and laughs, rolls around, watches Oliver, and is now grabbing onto things a lot, so I think Oliver is starting to see how this little baby might be something he can play with after all.
He’s now starting to call him “Bwud-dah”, which melts this mommy’s heart. He loves to help change his bum, get him out of his crib after a nap, and, if he’s fussy and my hands are full, he will go to him and say, “Em-wee, what trouble? Don’t cry!”.
And, when he slows down for a minute, he likes to get right in close for hugs and kisses and a little rolling around on Emery’s play mat (although we do have to remind him that laying directly on the baby probably isn’t the best idea).
A mommy loves seeing these little signs of a budding friendship between brothers!