Sunday, June 5, 2011
Tabor you're 2 months old! Time really flies! I can't believe you've already been in our lives for 2 months. I can't imagine our life without you in it!
You've changed so much already in such a short time.
You've been rolling over with my help for a few weeks now (since about 6 weeks) but on 6/8/11 at 9 weeks old you rolled over by yourself. Dad was watching you and set you on your tummy and when you rolled it scared you and you started crying. So it was probably an accident but you did it!
You weighed 12.6lbs at your 8 week checkup. It was also the first time we heard you cry because you were in pain it broke our hearts! You now have received your first set of vaccines and you are a healthy little boy! Praise God!
We took pics of you with your buddy Gabriel that day and when we set you up to play the piano your head bobbed and you hit your head on the piano. So that day we heard your "in pain" cry twice. We decided it was your first worst day ever. We're so sorry!
I am convinced that you've said your first word and it's "hi". Dad thinks you're just making noises and it happens to sound like hi. (Mommy thinks you're a genius and of course you can speak already)
You're current eating schedule is 4:30-7:30-10:30-1:30-4:30-7:30-10 (I'm writing this here so I have it stored somewhere)
You love to such on fabric and stick out your tongue to lick everything.
You can hold up your head really well, but you're still out little bobblehead. You love to head butt us. It hurts.
You no longer prefer to be on our shoulders. Now you like to be held facing out so you can see everything around you.
You still shake your fist after you eat. I love this!
You're wearing size 1 LUVS diapers but not for much longer. (We don't want to throw out the ones we have so you're wearing them until they run out!)
You hit a growth spurt at 9 weeks. You were starving one day and exhausted the next.
Your double chin and rolls are cute. (you look like your dad did as a baby)
You sleep on the right side of your head and you giggle in your sleep - a lot.
AND your cry still sounds like a cat. We call you our cat-dog because you cry like a cat and breath like a pug. :-)