Thursday, February 26, 2009

6 Month Stats!

Logan has his 6 month check up on the 18th and he was 20 lbs. and 27.5 inches! He stayed in the 75th percentile this time around . Last weekend I was wishing it was more like the 25th when he was strapped to me in his carrier in the mall! My arms were legitimately sore the next morning from trying to relive the strain on my back! ha ha

We've been practicing good oral hygiene lately, never too early to start! (And besides that when Log man is being difficult it's always a good idea to hand him something he can put in his mouth!)
This is how my Little Man greets me when I get him up from his nap now (usually yelling "MaMaMaMaMaaa!" or "BaBaBaBaBaaaaa!"). He tries to pull himself up on everything....he is especially fond of our metal framed coffee table...I spend roughly 95% of my day keeping him away from it. He also tries to stand up in the tub! I think he is trying to give himself a concussion.

And we started trying baby biscuits!...Before bath time because unless he goes straight in the tub the whole house gets slimed!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Logan can crawl...Forward! After a month of crawling backward he got it today:)

Monday, February 9, 2009

Bath Time!

Log had his first bath in the sink at his Gramma Bradshaw's this of course I took a few pictures:)

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Wait, what?

Maybe it is my fault for googling teething... but I am insulted! All I wanted were few tips on how to sooth little boy that is cutting his first few teeth and this is what I get...

"Try giving your child a smooth, hard teething ring. Some children like a cold teething ring. Do not tie the ring around the child's neck. It could catch on something and strangle the child."

A slap in the face! Are you kidding me???? Like I would tie anything around Logan's neck! I can't leave him alone in a room while wearing a bib, let alone with something actually tied around his chubby little neck....I would hate to imagine a parent that reads this and and thinks "Phew, dodged a bullet by reading that brilliant piece of advice!"