Thursday, September 15, 2011
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
My littlest guy is almost 6 weeks old already! He is a big boy. At his 2 week appointment he had already surpassed Jamus' 2 week size by 8 ounces (and remember, Finley was 2 weeks early and weighed 9 ounces less than Jamus at birth). We're excited to see what he weighs at his 2 month appointment at the beginning of August. He is already wearing 3-6 month size clothes.
Things are going really well. There are definitely crazy moments when the boys both need something from me at the same time, but those only happen a couple of times a day. Besides, they are learning an important life skill (patience). Just like Jamus was, Finley is very adamant about his nighttime feedings. He never goes any longer than 4 hours between feedings and sometimes only goes 2 1/2. Somehow I feel mostly fine during the day though (might be the coffee).
Jamus is learning new things every day. For a long time he improvised sounds instead of words: clicking his tongue means music, clearing his throat means he's thirsty, general grunting and pointing means he wants something across the room. But now he is starting to try more and more words. Whenever he does something he knows he isn't supposed to he says "No no no no no" under his breath. I try not to laugh.
Here are some recent photos of Finley.
Posted by Sarah @ sarahquilts.com at 8:30 AM
Sunday, June 19, 2011
There are so many wonderful fathers in my life (my father, the father of my children, my husband's father, my nephews' father, my heavenly Father).
Here are a few new pics of Jamus in your honor. With your example, I am sure Jamus will be a great father one day himself. Love you guys!
Posted by Sarah @ sarahquilts.com at 12:04 PM
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Today was Finley's official due date and I am so pleased that he is almost 2 weeks old! I see the light at the end of a very long year (see Genesis 3:16).
Finley is such a sweet baby. He rarely cries, except during important photo shoots.
When he is unhappy he usually shows it by grunting. He is immediately soothed when you pick him up. He sleeps best in someone's arms.
He also loves his Bjorn seat and his pacifier. In fact, he seems to like this seat better than his cradle so we've been putting him in it at night! So much for the crib bumper I handmade for his cradle. Maybe he noticed that the elephants are upside down on 2 of the sides (oops).
Jamus is adjusting nicely. As some predicted, he seems to be forgetting life before big brotherhood.
Grandma Faye has been here for 2 weeks helping out. I expect that the reality of 2 kids under 2 is really going to hit tomorrow. But she's left us with a spotless house and some very generous women from church have filled our freezer with meals... Plus we still have an additional Grandma who lives right down the road!
I think we're going to be pretty much mostly ok.
Posted by Sarah @ sarahquilts.com at 9:08 AM