Friday, December 05, 2008

Three months old already


Why does the last 3 months of pregnancy seem to drag on forever and the first 3 months of a newborn's life seem to fly by? Rylan is smiling, giggling, growing, and sleeping a little better. Hallelujah! The kids still adore him and are very concerned Santa won't bring the baby anything because he can't talk and tell Santa what he wants. I am counting that as a partial sense of 'giving' instead of 'receiving' this season. We are working on it.

4 comments:

TiAnn, Paul, and Kalispell Finn 2:46 PM  

Rylan is so adorable, he's grown so much already!

Kalie (+ the Jesse Boys) 6:17 PM  

Awww...what a cutie! You need to be posting more photos this kid is growing like a weed! I'm glad he's sleeping better hopefully you are too!

Natalie 2:29 PM  
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