Yipes. Nine months. And you just keep growing and growing! We had your 9-month checkup, complete with vaccinations (YAY.), and you’re weighing in at 23.7 pounds and are 29.5 inches long. Whew! No wonder it feels like I’m getting a workout just holding you! You’re crawling as fast as lightning, and now you’re pulling up
Seven months already? They (whoever they are) weren’t kidding when they said this time goes by quickly. There has been so much going on, with your growth, with our work and everything in between that if we don’t pause for a second you’re going to be cruising out the door for college!
Holy shit. Six months already? How did that happen? Little one, this blows my mind. You’ve been growing and growing, both physically and mentally.
Five months down with no signs of slowing! My sweet boy, these growing pains are very real for you. Teething has gotten especially rough, and it’s so hard to see you in pain. But with all these aches come great new strides, and it’s amazing to watch as you discover something new nearly every day.
Child, you need to slow your roll on this whole growing thing! In a matter of moments you went from 0-3 month clothes to the bigger side of 3-6 month clothes, and my biceps are feeling every ounce of it.
Three months already! This last month has been a busy one for us, as I plunged back into coordinating weddings and #MFE has been working his butt off (as per usual).
Two whole months! Man, has it flown by. We had amazing visits from both grandparents, spent lots of time with friends and learned a lot about how to function on little sleep.
I’m a little late on this — like a week+ late — but um, things get a little insane when you have a newborn around (why didn’t someone warn me???). Anyway, Dexter is a whopping 1 month old now and it’s high time y’all actually got a little info on him (other than my copious
Any day now. My doc likes baby boys to get to 38 weeks, and we’re there. I feel like I’m all belly, and moving in general has gotten difficult. My feet are all kinds of swollen and I can’t stand for more than a few minutes without them seriously hurting. So, yeah, we’re right at the end.