Keeping me busy!!

As of today Logan has been out of my belly for 6 weeks and 3 days...where is the time going?? I have to say that the past week I have seen lots of changes in him. He is cooing a lot and my favorite new thing is all the smiles he is giving us!! They are so precious.

As of last Thursday he weighed in at 11 lbs...he is growing like a weed and at times I worry that I am overfeeding him. An average 2 month old eats about 15-20 ounces a day and at 4 weeks Logan was eating about 30 ounces a day. The Dr's response to why he was eating so much was, "because he can"...not the most reassuring answer, but what can I do?? I can't cut him back or he will be MAD...and we will be miserable:)

He really looks like Mr Chubbs here:)

Last night was amazing in the way of sleep. We fed him around 9:30 and he went to sleep by 10 and did not wake me up until 2:40 am. Then after that feeding he did not wake me up until 7...I am hoping that starts happening regularly. When he woke me up at 7 this morning I was also surprised to see that he was not squirming around but instead he was smiling at the mobile of white bears above his head:)

He is also enjoying his tummy time as of this week. I think that maybe being on his belly helps with his gassy tummy aches because he drops some major bombs when he lays like that. He has actually been falling asleep on his belly which I allow him to do at nap time when I am awake next to him. It is a good way to get him to lay on the other side of his head.

I do not go back to work until Dave's birthday on September 1st. I am hoping that August goes VERY slowly, however, I am sure it will fly by like these other weeks have. I am looking forward to the changes in Logan. The first two weeks I was so freaked out about him getting older, but I am starting to get used to is inevitable so I might as well just enjoy watching him grow and learn new things. He is such a cutie...words can not even express my deep love for him, my little man:)

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