I am a little late on this post, a week actually, but Ty is 2 months old! I really can't believe it has only been 2 months. We cannot imagine our lives without him. He is truly the biggest blessing! I used to totally not get it when people blogged details like I am about to but after having Kinley and totally forgetting what she weighed, ate, or when she hit certain milestones without looking back at the blog...I wish I had documented a little more. So, if this bores you...skip on ahead to the cute pictures. Ha!
We had Ty's 2 month appointment late last week and his stats are:
- 13.5 pounds
- 75th % for height
- 80th % for weight
- 80th % for head circumference
So, he is a very proportionate, bigger than average boy. I feel like he gets bigger everyday! He is still just eating breastmilk and just wakes up once at night to eat. We have not mastered a nap schedule really yet...I should start on that soon. He really just sleeps whenever and wherever during the day. He naps and sleeps best at night if he is wrapped tight in his miracle blanket. Best.Thing.Ever. He has gained lots of head control and he is so expressive when he can turn his head and follow voices. Really, during this second month his personality has come alive even more! He is such a content baby. Whether he is hanging out in the swing, in his bouncer or laying under his play yard or mobile he is just happy and usually smiling. He had a tough time with his 2 month shots....some fever and fussiness but other than that...he does not cry much! What a sweet angel!
During month 2 we had a trip to the zoo, the stockyards and the arboretum. We had our first road trip and over night visit with Ty this month to Temple. He adjusted great, did great in the car, and slept like a champ.
He started "cooing" and "talking" a LOT this month. He is very chatty....surprised much? Here is a little sample:
He is just a sweet, fun, blessing of a boy! Ty, you are teaching us everyday how to love more like Christ. We pray that you will become a young man that loves the Lord with all your heart and demonstrates that through your actions.
"Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue, but with actions and in truth."
1 John 3: 18