Thursday, March 1

seven.








It's already been 7 months of changing diapers, midnight feedings, and wonderful happy times that more than make up for the mundane. Funny how a little one can change the way you view time. Before Aaron, this time would have flown with little notice. Praise God for another month with our wonderful son!!!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

did you make that pasifier with the teeth or make it?

TwoMuths said...

that was a gift from one of Michael's friends in CO. Aaron likes to play with it - doesn't really suck on it or any other pacifier very much! He's a thumb sucker for sure.

Abby Turner said...

I can't believe it's been 7 months already!! Time flies! I can't believe that Elijah will be here in 4 months or so!!!

Tracy said...

Congrats on having completed seven months of the sheer joy of being a mother! You are right about how worth it it is to have children. THey are a blessing, and Aaron is getting so big. It doesn't seem like it has been seven months already.

Matt & Nicki said...

Thanks for posting on my blog...your lurking and hiding comment made me laugh:)
Your little guy is a cutie--it's fun to be able to keep current with alumni!

ruth said...

I can't believe he's already 7 months. He is such a beautiful boy. Thanks for sharing him with us here! Love ya!

sbarker290 said...

Awe! Aren't they so much fun! Jonas is going to be 8 months tomorrow! I can't believe it. I love the feature video of Aaron laughing and cackling. So cute!

Kelly (Rademacher) Glupker said...

Okay, the first thing I thought was, "Did you say 7 months of midnight feedings?" Do you still have to get up every night? You're quite the woman! That would be vvvvery hard for me. Having kids is certainly an adjustment.

TwoMuths said...

Actually, Kelly, it was NO midnight feedings for the first 4 months! Aaron slept through the night for a long time, then he got sick and combined that with growing and needing more milk, so we've been doing middle of the night feedings for a couple months, and I'm sure they will taper off here as he eats more solid food. God gives grace - and I can speak to that for sure! I am definitely a girl who needs sleep to survive, and somehow I am still alive (and even cheerful most of the time!) I am GLAD God knows what we can handle and when. :-) He will give you grace when the time comes as well!

jeileenbaylor said...

How fun! IT went by so fast, didn't it? WOW!

amy manahan said...

Jenny, Jenny, Jenny. . .I can't believe you found me either! It's a little ironic, I must say-I was going through some old pictures a couple of weeks ago and found some of you and Austen playing with play-dough together. I had been wondering how you were, and then I saw your comment on my blog!
I'm still at CBA. I am part-time and I only teach speech and drama.
You know, your cutie 7th grade speech students are now Seniors this year and most of the senior high speech students you had have gotten married or will be getting married this year! Hard to believe, isn't it?!
Anyway, nice to hear from you. It looks like you have a wonderful family, Jenny! I enjoyed seeing pictures of your little one! AMY

partyofsix said...

oh jenny, i was thinking about that midnight feeding! wow. even after 7 months? wow, i had it really easy. (the Lord must have knows in needed anna to be a good sleeper of I couldn't have handled caring for all four.)

aaron really is a cutie. keep savoring every step of his journey to adult hood. babies are so wonderful!

janelle