Well, the little man is seven months old now.
Isn't this just the sweetest thing a Mama can wake up to? He didn't even wake up with the flash.
The doctor encouraged us to keep pushing the solid foods and to keep up what we've been doing, which for me means no eggs, dairy or nuts for as long as I nurse. He doesn't keep formula of any kind down, so nursing is the only option for now (not that I'd have it any other way). He still has some itchiness and a bit of a rash - especially on his scalp and back. The doctor said he is very happy with the improvement, but that if I wanted to, I could cut wheat from my diet as well. I've decided to try to at least limit my intake of wheat, but I probably won't do away with it entirely. We'll see.
On the line of funny sayings, he's been full of them lately. Tonight I mentioned to him that his oldest brother was going to be majoring in nursing (he's 21, in the Air Force and going to college). The 7 year old said, "WHAT!? Why would he want to be NURSING a baby?!?" He was also confused about family relations and wanted to know what made someone your cousin. I explained to him that my sister is his aunt and her husband is his uncle, which makes their baby (who is the same age as our baby) his cousin. He said, "Oh, I thought she was (our baby's) cousin." He didn't realize that all the brothers and sisters would have the same cousins. :) Kids are fun. All ages!