Newsflash....he's almost mobile! Yep, that's right, he's soooo close to taking off! A short video (excuse the darkness, our den really isn't that dark, I just can't make good videos in there ) for your viewing pleasure....
I think it's the new food. I made peas for him this weekend. I think I'm going to try and make as much of his food as possible. For a girl who can't cook, I did a pretty good job if I do say so myself. They're so pretty and green and actually quite tasty! Any tips from those of you who've done this before would be appreciated. I'm reading/using Cooking for Baby- honestly because it has pretty pictures, I can't lie :-) We're just going through the book. Our next food is zucchini. We'll try that this weekend.
2) I really like Dr. Leeper. He's so patient and kind. I feel lucky to really like him since I know
3) William is a trooper. he had all of the shots and didn't even cry. He looked at me like "Oh no" and then we were out the door and maybe he just forgot about it. I did take his paci and he was using that, but I was so proud of him for being such a big boy!
4) WDP is huge. He weighed 19lbs .3oz and was 28in long. No wonder all of his 12mo clothes hardly fit :-) Sweet baby!
The novelty of somewhere new to sit is amazing!
pre- crawling. I like to think he's imitating a walrus....
Lastly, a snow day for me meant a sew day. Chad had some quality baby William time this afternoon and I made this dress (Lucy) and bubble (Taylor) for Anna and Katie. I'm really into cutting the center out of bubbles or the top off a dress with funky fabric and adding white with a monogram...I have lots of this fabric left over so my guess is baby Lilah and baby Louise will both be getting a Taylor out of this...you haven't seen the last of this fabric yet :-)