Two Months

Weston was 2 months old on February 22! {The day these pictures were taken!}

He’s getting to be such a big boy, holding his head up very well, smiling and cooing!

He’s quite chunky…here are his sweet back rolls, love them!

Milestones from One Month to Two Months:

  • Nursing every 2-3 hours
  • Wearing 0-3 month clothing
  • Wearing bumGenius diapers on medium setting
  • Holding his head up very well
  • Weighs 13 pounds 13 ounces
  • In the 95th percentile for weight & 75th for height
  • Is a hard burper and has belly aches frequently. He’ll cry and cry and cry and there’s nothing we can do but  hold him.
  • First real smiles at 5 weeks old!
  • If his belly doesn’t hurt, he’s smiling and cooing. {And it’s beyond precious!}
  • Typically only waking once during the night to nurse, occasionally not at all! {Yippee!!}

Brother!! Oh how I love these two! They’re beginning to interact a little bit and it’s so much fun to watch.

Our chunky little man!

And I love the thick hair on the back of his  head! And more rolls!

Weston at One Month

Paxton at Two Months

4 Responses to “Two Months”

  1. Mary says:

    Rachel, your boys are precious! You're such a good Momma! Mary

  2. cara says:

    Sounds like little man has a food sensitivity. That is what we are dealing with right now with our four month old daughter. Our baby cannot tolerate dairy, so I have had to cut it out of my diet. The changes have been drastic – as long as I am careful about my diet, Kaelyn is happy, but even a little dairy turns her intoas fussy/needs to be held all the time baby. Dairy is the number one trigger for food sensitivies in babies. I would encourage you to research and see if this could be your baby’s issue. My pediatrician said to keep a food journal and track your food vs baby’s attitude to see if you can pin point the trigger food(s). Good luck! He’s a cutie 🙂

    • Rachel says:

      Thanks for sharing this. I'm thinking he might have a diary sensitivity too. I only drink milk in iced coffees, I hadn't had one in several days and had one on Friday and Saturday and he's been constipated and a little fussier than he had been earlier in the week when I wasn't drinking milk.

  3. cara says:

    Hope it helps 🙂 I have cut out milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream, and most things made it milk – but I have kept butter 🙂
    Also, I have a friend whose baby could not tolerate her to eat tomatoes, corn or caffeine. It can be stressful to figure out the food triggers, but worth it! Good luck 🙂

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