I am thrilled that Fletcher was able to sleep while Trevor was administering the technique as there is a lot less interference from the baby this way, and if we actually succeed in getting in our goal of three hours per day of therapy, I'd imagine a good portion of it will be done while Fletcher is asleep, if possible.
We also learned our second exercise today, which involved the anterior neck. I am a little nervous about this exercise, because obviously, I don't want to choke Fletcher. Although I know he can't talk and tell me if I am using too much pressure, Fletcher has never had a problem letting anyone know if they are doing something he doesn't like, so I am sure we'll be fine.
Trevor and I were supposed to practice this technique on each other at our hotel tonight, but I just couldn't resist the siren song of IKEA, so we will have to fit a little practice in tomorrow (don't tell Fehim-- which Jennifer so kindly told me was the correct spelling and pronunciation of our trainer's name).