Today you are six months old. I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed. It seems like just yesterday that you were kicking me in the ribs and giving me heartburn! You were such a little guy when you were born… I was expecting you to be around 8 pounds or so, but you were 6 lbs. 12 ounces. Now you seem so big at seventeen pounds!
I love how you talk like a monster, play with your toes, push up on your arms and giggle at the dogs. You love hearing music and watching Little Pim with Daddy. Baths have always been exciting for you. You think Mom and Dad are hilarious. You humor me when I change the words to random rap songs to entertain you. Our favorites are Ludacris’ “Roll Out” which has been changed to “Blowout” and Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin” which is now “Big Drooler, William D. He’s a big drooler, droolin all over me.”) Man can you drool!
Everyone is so impressed with how content and easy-going you are. You only get fussy if you’re really hungry or really tired, but we usually can keep you from getting to that point. Daddy is fast to explain that “babies don’t cry” when you do get fussy. You’ll learn pretty quickly that Daddy likes to tease. You’ve been given the nickname “moth boy” by the Christensens because of your affinity for lights. If there’s a ceiling fan that also has a light, well forget about it… that’s just the greatest thing in the world.
We just started giving you rice cereal. I’m pretty sure that less than ten percent of it actually was consumed, but we sure did have fun trying! Then we tried peas and you really seemed to like them. Milky is still your favorite though…I’m not sure what it is about you that makes me want to add a “y” at the end of most words! You recently learned how to bite… it’s hard to be mad at you because you immediately look up at me and smile. I suppose I’ll let it go for now, but when your first tooth comes in, we’ll have to have a talk.
I can’t wait to take you on more stroller rides and play dates. I can’t wait to hear your first word and see you crawl. I’m super pumped to watch our first Iowa Hawkeye game as a family. I can’t wait for so many things, but I don’t want to rush it… it’s all going by too fast already.
I’m so blessed to be your mom. You are just pure joy… so easy-going and happy. I’m scared for the world to touch you because you’re just so perfect. I hope I can be the best mom possible because you deserve the best. I love you so much!
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