Thursday, October 10, 2013

The Chronicle of the Onesie Stickers Continue

Sooooo, this whole monthly onesie sticker jazz is a little more challenging than I thought it would be. At first it was all easy peasy because, well, he just laid there. Now, it is a whole different story. Jackson is all over the place and I'm just scared someone is going to get injured. But, we have survived so far. I would never, ever dream of wishing baby days away, but a part of me will be relieved when I can give up this monthly onesie picture deal. 

Here is a behind the scenes look of this months session which happened to be extra crazy since big brother was home.

Yeah. Super crazy. Tell me I'm not the only one with this problem.

Oh, did I mention Ethan was armed with a camera of his own? Check out this little budding photographer...

I really think this month is one of my absolute favorite in babydom. Jackson is on the verge of being a toddler (no, seriously he is not far away from actual toddling), but he still has all that wonderful, chubby baby-ness about him. 

I'd love to post one of those cute little monthly cards I do every month with his weight and height and all that jazz, but I forgot his 9 month check-up and so therefore, no "official" stats. Yeah, you read that right...I forgot his well-check. It's on the schedule again for next week but he will be 10 months by then, so I feel like that stats are just all wishy-washy now. Parent of the year right here people.

While I may not be able to give you his actual weight, I can tell you that he has been eating the heck out of some real people food. This baby is a bottomless pit. I feed him something all day long. Or maybe it just feels that way because it seems that every time I try to be productive I have to stop to fetch someone something to eat or drink...the baby, the toddler, the dog...they keep me hopping around here. He now gets absolutely ticked off if we pull out baby food first. That is a last resort these days, but still regularly needed. He isn't too much into formula. We are lucky to get 6oz down him 3 times a day, but I'm not complaining. His big brother goes through 2 gallons of milk a week by himself so my grocery bill is thanking Jackson for potentially evening things out.

As far as growth goes, Jackson has 6 teeth now with a few more trying to make their way in. He's currently wearing 12 month clothing and I still refuse to dress him like a big boy. He sleeps like an ANGEL! How I wish he would teach Ethan this beautiful habit. I can recall maybe 3 times in his life that we have had difficulty putting him down. Naps are a little screwy though. On the days E has school he takes two naps a day in the car on our way to drop off and pick up. All other days he takes only one for maybe an hour. He's generally happy during the day so I'm not forcing the issue.

His personality is so easy going. He typically explores the house during the day completely content. He is starting to want to play with Ethan more and more which sometimes goes over and sometimes not. He rarely cries. He does have a little temper though if you take something away from him. As easy going as he is, I thankfully do not have to worry about him being a push over. 

Favorite things: Hugs, Attempting to Walk, Pushing Trucks, Exploring, Crackers and Tickles from Big Brother

Am I the only one with this monthly onesie sticker fiasco? 

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  1. Haha you are not the only one! Conley would try to eat his and they would get all yucky and stick to the shirt! Happy 9 months Jack!

  2. I can NOT believe he is 9 months! I loved that video! So cute and its fun to see Ethan kissing him like that because Fenn does that to sister ! Too cute!


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