Happy TWO months to our sweet little man. He looks so much like Grey to me and putting him in his old clothes gives me crazy deja-vu. When I told Jared he is a blue-eyed G, he responded that he will be "unstoppable." Apparently Jared's big blue eyes got him out of a lot of trouble growing up. And got him lots of girls... Awesome.

He is a happier little guy now that he is on his reflux meds. He has started smiling and cooing. The kids love it and will sing & talk in silly voices until they get a good smile out of him. We all adore him! He loves his changing table and baths. He is a momma's boy but will actually take a bottle unlike my other kids. Although he seems to want to take it from just me. Hmmm... He does not like his car seat--which is a real problem with preschool drop-offs and pick-ups daily.

Having three kids isn't as bad as I thought it would be. Everyone terrified me--when I was pregnant already of course!!! But I do have to wake up each morning and decide what has to be done and what can hold off or not happen. There is no way to get everything done. And I am tired. So if I start speaking nonsense to you--just know I am very, very sleep deprived. But I am working out again and I finally feel more like myself being able to do that each day.

2-month stats:
weight 13 lbs 2 oz (80%)
height 23.5 in (75%)
head 15 5/8 (45%)
(almost identical to Grey at 2-months)



Grey has a little crush on a girl, Tennyson, in his class. One of the first days of school he came home to tell me that there was a girl with a beautiful voice. He said he liked to listen to her talk. It is so sweet and innocent! She ended up being in the after-school cooking class we put him in and every time I go in there to pick him up they are sitting next to each other.

Last week I went to go pick him up after school and he came running up to me excited and showing me a piece of paper. He said he wants to call her so she can come over to play with him. Apparently he asked Tennyson's DAD for her phone number. Hahaha. That poor guy didn't see that coming with his four-year-old daughter. She wrote her name on the back for him. So cute!
I have loved watching him in the school/social setting. He is so confident and just loves playing with everyone and having fun. It is awesome to see his personality develop.

And on a side note--look at my cute boys after church. Grey likes to match Cole and asks me to put him in his sweater vest.
And we roasted s'mores in the rain one evening. I am proud of my girl-scout skills. I built the fire myself!


Our first visit to the Firefighters Museum:

Practicing on the 911 phone:

Dressing up and playing on the fire truck: