Dear Baby Boy,
With all the growing and changing you have done over the past several months, I feel as though I can't call you my "Baby Boy" anymore! You have become such a big boy lately! Ever since you started walking at almost 15 months (finally!), you have taken off, exploring the world, and going on every adventure you can imagine.
You love to listen to music, shimmying your shoulders, and moving your feet as fast as you can.
You are inquisitive, but cautious. Still shy, but definitely slowly warming up to strangers and new situations.
You have 6 teeth now, and love to show them off with your sweet little grin. I see your Daddy so much in the way you smile. Even though you're growing big and strong every day, you're still a little peanut, weighing in at 19lbs, and 30 inches long. In size 3 diapers, and mostly 12 months clothing. I even still have you in the infant carseat! But hopefully not for much longer.
Speaking of the car, you love going on rides, quietly observing the passing trees and cars, or your reflection in the mirror in front of you. Daddy and I joke that we must have left you at home once we are on a car ride, because you are that quiet! It must really soothe and comfort you. You still take a pacifier, but mostly only in the crib or in the car. Your hair is growing and curling up every which way it can. It's so precious, and one of my favorite things about you. I never want to cut it!
You are brave. You are sweet. You are independent, but such a snuggle bug too.
You're our favorite thing in the world.
Things you love:
Putting on your shoes
Looking out the windows
Riding on Daddy's shoulders
Playing in the sandbox
Waffles, cheese, strawberries, and sweet potatoes
Reading your Bible before bed
Going on long walks outside
Putting toys in and out of baskets all day long
Mixing bowls and spoons
Saying "Dada", "Ball", "Shoes", "Cheese", "Mama", and "Bath"
Napping, and sleeping 12 hours at night!
Things you don't:
Getting your diaper changed
Putting clothes on (especially over your head)
Getting out of the bathtub
Not getting your way! ;)
We love your precious boy. Thank you for the joy and laughter you bring into our lives on a daily basis. I love being your mama, what a humbling privilege it has been. I pray that you continue to smile, to love others, to see the good in people, and to seek Jesus in all you do. We can't wait to see what tomorrow brings. You are such a gift.