Graham's Gigantic noGGin,
Graham had his four month check-up two weeks ago. He's doing well, growing well, and his head is huge! :)
Weight: 13 lbs 9 oz (20%)
Height: 25 3/4 inches (80%)
Head: 17 1/4 inches (90%)!!!
This week I've been overwhelmed with how lucky I am. I have two healthy, happy boys that the Lord has trusted me with. I don't know what I would do without them. Not everyone gets this lucky, and I don't ever want to take it for granted. (remind me of this when I start potty training Evan)
What Graham's been up to:
~He coos and giggles all day long
~thinks Evan is the funniest person on the planet and loves to watch his every move
~As of a few days ago, he can now roll over from front to back. He gets such a kick out of it too. I've never seen him so happy to figure something out!
~He can grab hold of toys within his reach, and every day gets a little more control of those cute hands.
~Has given us a few nights of full sleep. Still not a habit yet, but it's getting closer!
~Loves to cuddle and is so happy all of the time, well, most of the time :)
~Has started having some stranger danger anxiety.
~Eats like it's going out of style :)
On that note, in a previous post I had talked about my struggles with breastfeeding. I continued to fight for every drop, and had placed it in my mind that I would like to make it to March, to try and get him through most of RSV season with my protection. Not even a full 24 hours after deciding that, my supply to a turn for the worse. But I just wasn't ready! I wanted to get to March! Then a small miracle happened. My supply rose just slightly, and maintained through all of February. On March 1st, I barely made two oz. (that's practically nothing). So, with a little help I made my goal of providing milk until March. I'm still pumping about 2-3 times a day, if there is a little milk to be found, I don't want it to go to waste. But he's basically a formula fed baby now. I'm jut thrilled that it lasted twice as long for Graham!