The Same Onesie

I’m way behind in my blogging – I’m sure you’ve noticed! Between being a mama to an incredibly active 11-month-old, being a wife, maintaining a home, cooking dinner, preparing to move, blogging on Frugal and Simple and keeping up with an 11-month-old (that deserves being said twice…it’s HARD work!!), I have little time to blog here!

I am still snapping pictures throughout the week of the cute and crazy things our sweet boy does and hopefully I’ll have a chance this week to play a little catch up!

If you remember, Paxton was incredibly long when he was first born. At 2 months, he was 25 inches (for comparison, he was only 29 inches at 9 months!) Most of his length was in his torso and he was wearing some 9 and 12 month clothes around 3 months old!

I found pictures of him wearing one of his 12 month onesies in August (when he was 4 months!) and took a picture this past week of him wearing the exact same onesie at 11 months!

Sweet little 4 month old Paxton!

So hard to believe this is the same child but it is! And it really is the same onesie! His legs have grown but his torso has slowed down!

Sweet teeny tiny Paxton!

I can’t help but look at this picture and think, where did my baby go? He looks like such a boy when comparing him to his picture at 4 months! Of course 7 months is a long time especially for a baby!

And the hair, I cannot believe how much his hair has grown!!

3 Responses to “The Same Onesie”

  1. Sarah says:

    Oh my goodness. So adorable!

  2. Amanda Baskin says:

    I have read that breastfed babies grow much faster in the 1st 6 months of life than their formula fed friends and its definitely been true for both of mine! From 6 months to 12 months Adalyn gained less than 4 lbs, but from birth to 6 months she gained over 10! Molly is on the same track too! I look at her and I'm like where has my baby gone! Paxton is so adorable! I cannot believe he is about to be 1.

    • Rachel says:

      I've read that too and it's definitely true from our experience! He was about 15 pounds at 2 months old and Wednesday when he was weighed he was 21 pounds 8 ounces! I'm anxious for his one year check up to see what percentile he's in now (he's been in 95th+ for height and was in the 50th for weight last time!) And I cannot believe Paxton will be one next week nor can I believe your little Molly is 3 months…I wish there was a pause button! 🙂

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