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Half a year!!!!

My sweet son,

 I say this every single month but seriously, I can't believe how fast you are growing up!

 Half a year has gone by and daily I wonder how we ever lived without you.

You are such a love..
 a snuggle bug..
 a wiggle worm..
so content & happy
 and one of our greatest joys!

To celebrate turning half a year old you cut two teeth in one week and learned how to sit up! An over achiever already like your daddy! You are stubborn like your momma and still will not eat solids even when momma tries to trick you.



Also Son, it's a good thing you are so darn cute because this not sleeping through the night thing is getting a little really old. I'm sure it's because you think you're going to miss something but really dude momma is not digging these parties that you're throwing in your crib during all hours of the night.


It's absolutely amazing to think that you've only been in our arms for 6 months when it feels like we have loved you for a lifetime. You are an incredible treasure along with your big sister and we love and cherish you more than you'll ever know.



Happy Day, Son.

Here's to many more fun milestones and sleeping nights ahead!

Cheers!

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