"I don't want to be a pirate!"
Would somebody tell this guy I don't need any insurance!"
"Girls! They always get all mushy when you're trying to watch the game."
"What have you done to the world!?!?"
I just picked Aron up out of the pack-n-play and it struck me that he was on his back. I didn't lay him on his back and no one else can reach in there to change his position. So...he rolled over!
Officially rolling over 2 days before he turns 4 months.
More often than not, this is the scene on Aron's face. Two fingers, sometimes three, sometimes four but usually two, stuck in his mouth pacifying him. He takes a pacifier as well but whenever it falls out which happens frequently, the fingers are a grand substitute. I should have known I couldn't get away with three pacifier babies...I have to have at least one finger sucker.
Since I last updated this blog, Aron has been growing and strengthening everything. He's a big boy with bright eyes and seems to enjoy his current glimpse of life. His height is off the charts and weight is a little above average for his three months and he's eager to sit, stand, bounce and be involved in whatever is happening around him. His smile is contagious and his babble is very passionate. He talks when he cries as if to tell me what it is that's bothering him. He talks when he laughs as if to share the joke. It's very sweet and I'm enjoying the blossoming of his personality.
Aron has been giggling. It takes a lot to make it happen and I haven't figured out the exact combination of faces and sounds to guarantee a response but both Kris and I have been able to make him giggle this week.
Aron turned 2 months old on Sunday. He is a charming little guy. He's full of grins and coos and sweet expressions. He seems to be very social and loves to lock eyes with people and just watch them. He doesn't like to be left alone in a room. Even if no one is paying attention to him he wants them around.
He is outgrowing the little portable swing and all of his 0-3 month clothes were too small a few weeks ago. He holds his head up pretty well now and loves to stiffen out his legs to support himself a bit on my lap. It won't be long before we need to break out the exersaucer again.
He sleeps very well. This morning he was still asleep after 6:30 and only woke up after I went in there to take care of a few things. He did go to bed a little later last night so that may have had something to do with it, but regardless, I got my full 7 1/2 hours.
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