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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Da da da

Liam 7 Months

I updated the wrong blog with his 7 month update. Whoops. Anywho Liam is 7 months old going on 7. He has such attitude and has been crazy this week.

He started to crawl, but not enough or not often to the point where I can say he crawls. He really only crawls when he legitmately wants something. He also started to say, "da da". Ill post a video to that shortly.


Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Super Baby!!

We have a super baby on our hands! Liam was given the clear from cardiology today. His enlarged PDA is now, closed! His heart looked fantastic on the EKG and Ultrasound. I should know, I got to see it myself.

He is currently 18lbs 15 oz, 28 inches tall, and is in the 90th percentile, for everything. Well, inbetween 90th and 99th.

He has learned to say "Mom", and claps his hands for almost anything. If he's really happy he claps his hands, if you tell him to "clap hands" he will clap. Then if you're trying to reprimand him from doing something, such as pulling our poor cat's hair...he claps his hands. So, it goes either way, but its cute!

He is getting over his first ear infection, and with that, yeast infection. (TMI, sorry). He is getting down the fundamentals of crawling and even slept in his crib two nights this week!

Liam is growing fantastically, and we are only days away from his seventh month birthday. Only five more months until the big ONE. Golly Jeez, I have a love/hate relationship with August this year.

Sooo, until our next adventure. Here's the little BOOGER trying to attack the camera.

That's The Life of a Leebug. :)

Saturday, March 3, 2012

First Clap and Swim

Last week, on Saturday Liam swam for the first time! It was over 80 degrees and we took him into our complex's pool for a swim. He loved it. But he may have loved the swimming gear more than the actual swimming!

He also started to clap on Thursday. I posted a link to the video below so you can see, along with some of his pictures from swimming! Click Here to Watch Liam Clap!

And That's the life of a leebug.