Quinn is also getting very interactive. He makes noises when he looks at you and reaches out to touch things in front of him. All very normal and average developments for babies his age, but any progress he makes is still pretty gosh darn exciting as far as I'm concerned. And he can roll over too. Just knowing that he's finally getting bigger and stronger with no complications. I pretty much find it a thrill a minute to see. So far, his demeanor is much like his dad's. He smiles a lot, is very engaging and amusing to interact with, and not much bothers him besides gas. All traits that dad either has, or wishes he had.
The little man doesn't go out of his way to perform on camera yet. I took this video and waited for him to either speak or do some manner of his goofy shenanigans. But like usual, he waits for me to do something amusing as well, and in the end we just end up watching and waiting each other out.
No matter. Most of us know that young babies always wait until the camera is off to surprise their parents with anything. Quinn is doing great and is a happy baby. April 4th will be a return trip to Boston children's hospital. He will have his pulmonary artery widened to further improve his hearts efficiency. This will be done with angioplasty. A term that means basically inserting a tube into his vein that will extend to the targeted area, and inflating a balloon inside the artery to expand it. Needless to say, I have healthy level confidence in them folks at Boston children's.