By his outfit choices for weeks 9 and 10, I think Wes is trying to tell me he likes penguins.
Wes can still be fussy, obviously he’s a baby, but there’s been a change since week 9 and it’s getting a little easier. I think this is mostly because we finally figured out that about an hour and a half after eating the kid’s tired. He’s not only tired but he’s got preferences. If he could talk weeks ago he would have said, “For the love, Mom, please stop putting me in that vibrating chair for naps. I only like that chair for hanging out and talking. I want my crib already.” He’s happier now that he can sleep more during the day. I’m happier now that he can sleep more during the day. How to get your child on a nap schedule where you consistently put them down for a nap at the same time every day and how to prevent Wes from taking a little cat nap close to bed time are still mysteries to me, but one step at a time.