Now that Alexander is 4 weeks old I am having him lay on the floor so he can practice rolling over. Spending too much time in the bouncy just doesn't promote that kind of movement. If I am going to be gone from the room for a long period of time I BUCKLE him into the bouncy, because as I recall Lainy Ann once dragged Connor half out of the bouncy. I don't know what she was going to do with him, but Connor was so well behaved. Just laying there, feet on the floor and all contorted.
Well, I still have occasion to leave the room for a second or two; fill a glass of water, get the kiddos a snack, grab a diaper, etc. Twice now I have come back to the living room to an empty blanket where Alexander should be. Twice now I have found him UNDER the coffee table. UNDER THE COFFEE TABLE?!?!?!?!? Why??!?!? Well, ask William, not me. He seems to think that Alexander belongs under the coffee table. Oh, and I don't know how he gets there; if William picks him up, drags him, or rolls him. But I do know that he will be a great little brother because he just lays there quietly until I find him.
Maybe William and I are playing hide-and-go-seek . . . . . .