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9 months and counting

I am so behind on my monthly posts of son!

 This little guy is busy!

Where do I even begin this month?

new funny face


William is a speed crawler. I'm terrified for the day he finds his wheels and starts walking. I fear I will never be able to catch him! That day is drawing near as he pulls himself up on any piece of furniture he can get his hands on and will walk along the edge as he holds on. Is it bad that I want to gently knock him down to slow him down a bit?

Our little man now has 6 teeth and is working on 2 more! Let me tell ya, 4 teeth in 2 weeks is not what I could consider fun! He was a champ and thank you Jesus for teething tablets. Will and Kate had their 9 month and 3 year appointments together and his stats showed what a big boy he is going to be!
19 pounds and in the 85% for height. Yay for tall people.



Will joins us in every meal eating mostly what we eat. It is so awesome not doing purees all the time. The boy loves to eat. Apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Way to go, son.

The love that this boy is full of is contagious. His smile alone is a heart melter.


I cannot believe the love that we have for our babes. I never knew there was a love like it.


Happy 9 Months, Handsome.
You are so loved.

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