Five Months

Weston was 5 months old on May 22!

He’s becoming more and more of a tiny person and less of a little baby each day! He’s developing such a fun little personality!

Milestones from Four to Five Months:

  • Still sleeping through the night! {We’re so blessed with an amazing sleeper! I really believe his chunkiness has helped him sleep so well!}
  • Exclusively breastfed. He loves nursing more and more with each passing day! I love when he gazes up into my eyes while he’s nursing!
  • Still a mama’s boy but his big brother is his favorite person! Paxton can make him laugh like nobody else can!
  • Rolling over with ease this month.
  • Started pushing up and rocking a bit on his knees.
  • He’s scooting a bit! I’m loving that he’s scooting himself backwards just like Paxton did!
  • Loves sitting in his Bumbo.
  • Still in the largest bumGenius setting! I suppose he’s probably not moving down sizes ever!
  • I have no clue what size disposable diaper he’s wearing…I’m guessing size 3, maybe 4 {that’s what P wears!} He hasn’t been in a disposable diaper since he outgrew his newborn diapers back in early February!

  • Still wearing a variety of clothing sizes! Still wearing a few 3 month things. 6 and 9 months fit just right and some 12 month things aren’t too big. He usually wears 1 piece outfits but when he does wear shorts, he wears Paxton’s! {Skinny Pax is wearing mostly 12-18 month shorts!}
  • Thinning out a bit. He’s getting longer so he doesn’t look quite as chunky as he did but he still has amazing rolls…I love our chunky baby boy!
  • Really playing with toys! His current favorite toy is his bear lovie…we take it everywhere and he sleeps with it. He also enjoys playing with his Sophie and his teddy bear.
  • Loves sucking on cloth! That’s why his bear lovie is his favorite toy! He’ll suck on his aden+anais swaddles, his burp cloths, any blanket we lay him on, our sheets, anything cloth!
  • Drooling like crazy! No evidence of teeth just yet.
  • Moves his body when we’re holding him. He’ll sit up and lean forward and then lean back again.
  • Getting interested in our food. He’s reaching for our food and drinks. This makes eating a bit more difficult because I typically hold him while I’m eating.

Love sweet baby features! Precious little hands.

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