Thursday, March 5, 2015

flashback: gideon, two months

Hi World!

Today I turn two months old. Look how absolutely adorable I am! (Can you even stand my dimples???)

I weigh 12 lb 7 oz and am in the 50th percentile. I'm in the 13th percentile for weight but the 70th percentile for head size. I have a big noggin'! 

I'm a pretty happy baby when you're making eye contact and talking to me but I still prefer being held. Mommy loves how content and happy I am, and how I'm starting to sleep longer stretches through the night! HOORAY!

I love laying out on my changing table and kicking my legs. Mommy says I have to move my whole body to smile, and when I do, it just takes up my whole face. My hairline even moves back! I think it's funny that Mom told me that about my hairline, because she must not have noticed that I have very little hair to speak of. Ha ha ha.

But my baby acne is gone, so yay for that! I still spit up a lot and have a pretty fussy time in the evenings when my tummy hurts. Gas drops are my friend.

You know who I love? My brother. He is pretty special and helps Mommy by getting my bibs and burp cloths and putting dirty bottles in the sink. He talks to me and plays with me, and thinks I'm about the greatest thing ever. 

I seem to like bath time, although I don't really smile during it. I'm more of a stoic, pensive bather.

But I let the smiles roll after bath. See?

Mommy, Daddy, and Jonah just love me so much and feel so thankful and blessed to have me. I have been such an amazingly sweet and precious addition to the family, and we are all so happy.

Mommy and Daddy know we have a long road ahead but are so excited for my future, and know that God is with us every single step of the way. Oh yeah, Mommy chose my life verse! Gabe's is Revelation 7:17, Jonah's is Isaiah 43:1, and mine is Joshua 1:9. I hope you love it! Mommy says it's a perfect fit. God is good.

"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” - Joshua 1:9 


Galen said...

"A stoic and pensive bather." A perfect, funny description. Gideon is happy, delightful, darling, and, best of all, forever yours! Amazing grace.

Toni :O) said...

I love these posts, they make my day!

Mary Kinsley said...

Keep those pics comin'!

LeeAnn said...

Gideon's smiles are infectious! I think Jonah makes a good big brother and those two sweet boys are blessed to have each other.

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