I loved seeing your precious baby boy today. What a treat. You both looked great, and your mom did too.
aaaahhhh!!! he's getting so big already! what a little man. and I can't get over how much he looks like Robert. :)
How precious!!! I love chunky babies, I got one growing fast over here too! Her cheeks are going to swallow her up soon! Love all the pics, keep them coming!
I love his pot belly in some of those pics! It is crazy how fast he is growing and changing! By the way...there is no such thing as "picture overload"!
The pictures are wonderful. What a cute little fella. He is quite a "long drink of water" (long) as my Mom used to say.
What a little sweetie! He's seems very patient that you're taking so many pics of him:) Keep 'em coming!
Soooo cute!!! Funny...the pics of him in his red pants sort of remind me of Uncle Andy....aka...little buddha...lol!!!! Also...see your mom isn't the only one who speaks of a long...tall drink of water..hee hee! I'm not at all prejudice but he is such a cutie pie punkin' eater! You are absolutely blessed with such a good baby! We love you all!!!
What kind of diapers do you use? That always seemed to make a difference for my little boy.
I read your question on Annie's blog. My boys always did better with Huggies and also sometimes a little bit bigger diaper seemed to help my guys too!
I agree with Katie. Coop only seemed to wet through with Pampers. Huggies has always been the best fit for us. Good luck!!!!
I also wanted to mention, the Huggies Supreme seem to leak more than the other kind. It may not be the same for you, but Ruby leaks out of the Supremes but not the other Huggies. :)
Oh, you will ALWAYS be "kris" to me. It reminds me of the old days as well and it makes me so so happy. PS rach is engaged!
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