At 3 months, Graham:
- can still wear a few 0-3 months clothes, but is mostly in 3-6 months, and even some 6 months and 6-9 months footie PJs since his feet are so big, ha. We're not sure what he weighs since he hasn't been to the dr since his 2-month check up, but I'm guessing it's close to 14 pounds. He has really grown a lot lately
- wears a size 1 diaper, but could probably move up to a 2 soon since the weight limits overlap on those sizes
- smiles and coos all the time! He is the sweetest, happiest baby! He really only cries when he is hungry or when his tummy is hurting.
- laughed out loud for the first time last week. We haven't heard a really good one since then, but he does have little giggles here and there when he's really happy. He's happiest in the morning, but he really smiles and coos all day every day. He is so sweet!
- kicks his legs all the time and holds them in the air
- has discovered how to get his fists in his mouth and will go for it any time his paci comes out. I sort of think he is teething already since he is drooling and gnawing on his hands all the time.
- is still sleeping great! He goes to bed at around 7:30 and sleeps until 5 or 6, then eats and goes back to sleep for a while. He is still sleeping in the bassinet, and I'm afraid to switch to the crib since it's going so great, but I think we'll probably have to do that in the next month or two. Just like sister, he likes to have his paci in his mouth and his lovie by his face when he sleeps.
- adores his sister! He has really started recognizing our faces this month, and he lights up when he sees me or Amelia. He loves his daddy too, of course, but he really digs the girls right now. He follows sister with his eyes, and she just dotes on him. It's pretty precious.
- hasn't started trying to roll over yet. Amelia was rolling over at this point, but I'm not worried. He doesn't get a lot of tummy time due to his reflux, but I probably need to implement that more often. I'm so much more laid back about his milestones than with her. He'll roll when he's ready, and I'm not rushing it.
- started drinking several bottles every day this month since I went back to work when he was 12 weeks old. Today, at 15 weeks old, he had his first taste of formula. I didn't want to have to do it, but I've been pumping at work, and even with pumping twice a day, just haven't been able to keep up with his greedy self! We've gone through a lot of my frozen breast milk, so I decided we needed to supplement with formula a little while he is at the sitter's. I still hope to continue nursing him in the morning and at night as long as I can. He doesn't like the formula right now, but he tolerates it mixed with breast milk. We'll see how he does with it over the next few days.
|G with his best girls at church|
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Have you ever seen anything more precious? I'm so thankful for my sweet babies!