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4 Months Old

Where has the time gone?  Titus turned 4 month's today!  He has a doctor's appointment later this week.  I am excited to see what is weight and height are.  I know he is much bigger then what his sister was at his age.  I am guessing he is near 15 pounds.


This made my day... he was sticking his tongue out at me! Spunky little boy!!!  
Dear Titus,

You have been a huge JOY to this family!  You are so full of life and cute adorable expressions.  You giggle and coo often.  You are not a very good sleeper yet.  In fact you prefer to be in mom n dad's bed.  You usually go to bed at about 8pm and then wake up at 12, 3, 6 and want to stay up around 6am!!!  Mommy is not ready to get up yet so you come into mommy and daddy's bed and you kick and coo at us but then you do fall back asleep till 8am.  You also are a cat napper taking about 3-5 small naps per day.  Mommy is praying that you start sleeping longer!!  You have only had mommy's milk and that keeps you happy!  Mommy is excited to give you some baby cereal soon but is not rushing to do so.  :) You rolled over for the first time last Thursday and you showed daddy this morning how good you are at rolling.  You are one blessed little boy!

LOVE YOUR MOMMY!!

Comments

JeanetteSchenk said…
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JeanetteSchenk said…
How wonderful; 4 months! I am following from the Monday Monkey Hop! :)
Kim Reyes said…
Time flies by really fast. Two months ago, I gave birth to my daughter. I remember trying to talk to her and I get a blank stare in return. Now, she smiles and giggles at every funny face or sound I make.

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Meggie said…
Just became a follower! Great blog, and congrats on getting through the first 4 months- afterwards my daughter started sleeping through the nights and I stopped nursing, which actually made it easier in all kinds of ways!
ChinaDoll said…
Titus is really cute and adorable! Happy 4 months big boy! Hugs!♥
Unknown said…
He is simply adorable!

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