Birth: 8lbs 4oz, 21 inches long
1 Month: 10lbs 12oz, 22.25 inches long
2 Months: 15lbs 12oz, 26 inches long
4 Months: 18lbs 12oz, 27 inches long
6 Months:20lbs 12oz, 28.5 inches long
9 Months:22lbs 4oz, 30 inches long
12Months: 23 lbs 2oz, 32.5 inches long
The rest of the appointment went well. We were glad that his ears/nose were still clear as whatever was wrong last weekend is probably over. The doctor watched him play and lots of questions regarding his development. She was impressed with his walking/motor skills and his vocabulary (no no, meow, night night, all done, mama, dada, ball, bye bye plus a few others). Overall, she felt he is developmentally way ahead of where he needs to be and he is "one smart baby" (as he tried to push toys in the crack under the door). We also got advice on weaning him and what he should/shouldn't be eating (strawberries=okay, nuts/peanut butter=not okay until 2 years). We didn't get stellar advice about our bathing concerns, but we'll keep working on getting him back to liking his tub time. We also got 4 shots and a hemoglobin test run, so when we left, William was not a happy camper. The drive home was a little wild as it had been snowing all day. People around here cannot handle driving in the snow. Although it really isn't their fault as it doesn't snow often enough for them to learn. By Friday morning, it was enough snow that John got the day off! Yeah! Some new pictures are below. Enjoy!
Smile! We're going to the doctor today!
It is amazing how much harder I have to work now to get pictures of him. He is constantly in motion!
His new bear overalls. They are so fuzzy and warm as they are made out of fleece. He is so comfy in them and looks cute too!
Seeing a LOT of this face lately...teething and not napping don't make for a happy baby.
Actually holding still...amazing isn't it?
Playing with dishes. He carried these around all evening from place to place. Tell me again why we buy toys?
Another new shirt...Friday was a crabby day. The mix of less sleep, shots on Thursday and teething makes for a short tempered baby. Luckily we got some snow (about 6 inches at our house) overnight and Boeing CLOSED the plant! Although, poor John had to drive to work to find out. So we had daddy backup here today to deal with the crabs. Worked out nice for us, even if it is crazy to shut down something as big as Boeing for just 6 inches of snow....