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Julian, 6 months May 23, 2007

Filed under: Ava,Breastfeeding,Julian,Pictures — amygeekgrl @ 9:12 am

Julian, 6 months - 5/23/07

May 23, 2007

Dear Julian,

Happy half-birthday, buddy! Today you are six months old.

It is hard for me to believe that six months have already passed since your amazing entrance into the world. And yet, at the same time, it feels like you have been a part of our lives for so very long.

You’ve changed so much in six months. You no longer look like a baby. You look like a little boy.

You smile, flashing us your delicious, darling dimple. You laugh often, especially at your big sister Ava, and more recently, at your favorite stuffed animal – the wolf blanket Aunt Carrie got for you. You sit up by yourself, roll over and are quite the little backwards scooter when you are on your tummy.

You are a very content baby and cry only when something is really bothering you. You recently started making the cutest “bbbbbbb” sound through your lips when you are really tired and trying to go to sleep.

You love to suck on mommy’s chin, chew on daddy’s nose, and grab fistfuls of Ava’s hair.

You drool like crazy and we constantly have a bib on you, but there are no signs of any teeth yet.

You love your mama milk, and, with the exception of a small piece of cracker Ava tried to feed to you a month or so ago, that’s all you’ve had so far to help you grow big and strong. We haven’t been to the doctor lately, but I think you are around 20 lbs.

You recently moved into Ava’s old Marathon convertible car seat (I think it was a bit overdue) and are riding in style and comfort now. And Ava graduated into a Regent car seat.

Julian 2 1/2 weeks old - Dec. 2006 Julian almost 6 months old - May 2007

The one thing that’s remained constant from your birth until now is your big, beautiful blue eyes. I find myself gazing into them often, especially when we are outside and the light reflects brilliantly in them. They amaze and entrance me.

I’m looking forward to watching you continue to grow and learn these next six months, as you approach your first birthday.

Thank you for choosing me as your mama, Julian. We couldn’t have asked for a better addition to our family. I feel so blessed to have you in my life.

Julian, 6 months - 5/23/07

I love you,




11 Responses to “Julian, 6 months”

  1. amamasblog Says:

    What a sweet tribute to Julian on his ‘half birthday.’ Enjoy the next 6 months- they go SO fast. 🙂

  2. Stacy Says:

    Very sweet…and that last picture is fabulous!

  3. chelle Says:

    awww Happy 6 Months Julian!!
    Isn’t it amazing how quickly it goes by?!?! It has been 7 weeks for our little guy and it seems to be going way too quickly!

    We too adored the Dr Sears book on Babies! (I noticed in your sidebar!)

  4. feedingtimeatthezoo Says:

    Awwww! I love the drool in that first pic. I agree, what a nice tribute. I can’t believe he’s 6 mos already. And what a cutie!

  5. Amy Says:

    I can’t believe he’s already 6 months old! Time has flown and what a darling little cutie pie!

  6. Penny Says:

    He’s gorgeous!

  7. ShayShay Says:

    Happy half birthday! Look at that perfect little drooly diamond! The picture is great.

  8. Liesl Says:

    Happy Half-Birthday, Sweet Boy 🙂

  9. Maggie Says:

    awww so sweet…

    He looks soooo much like Ava in that black and white shot!!

  10. melody Says:

    Happy half-birthday, cutie.

  11. David Says:

    Just like the first comment said,’they go so fast’. It is true you wont really notice babies that are turning months now will turned years so rapidly. By the way, you have a cute Son!

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