Thursday, July 07, 2011

{2 months old already}

Seriously?  2 months? 
Sigh. 
It just goes by so quickly. 


How sweet is this face?  We can't help but smother it with kisses!


All 4 of my kids have worn this baby gown.  It is Baby Gap and has held up so well through the infant stage of all 4 kiddos.  I love that it is simple, white, and so sweet for a newborn.  I love baby gowns!!  I am so sad he is growing out it already!

Because he kicks around so much...

 And the gown ends up around his tummy in about 2 minutes.

Cutest darn feet and leggies though. 

Stats for the record:
Weight 12 pounds 3.5 ounces - 50%
Length 23.25 inches - 50%
Head 15.25 inches - 20%


3 comments:

Dan and Anne 4:27 AM  

Tiny little noggin Miles! Very cute, can't wait to see him and I have a little present for him! See you guys in a few weeks!

Finn Clan 11:06 AM  

He's so precious! I'm loving the gowns too, so much easier for changing all those diapers.

the Holyoaks 9:46 PM  

He is so cute Rochelle! I love that little gown. Baby gowns are the best. I'm always sad when my kids outgrow them too.

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