Monday, May 3, 2010

In case you were wondering

Aaron weighs 24.8 pounds. Well, probably a little less since he was wearing a diaper and pjs, but that's close. We were in the bathroom last night and looked over and Aaron was just sitting perfectly still on the digital scale. I guess he was wondering if he was getting bigger! He sure is getting taller. His next doctor's appointment is in June and I'll be interested to see how tall he is. He seems to grow daily. It is strange to see him laying in his crib now taking up most of it. And when Jory's holding him he's not holding a baby anymore, it's a little boy!
He is at a weird stage for clothes. He wears either 18 mo or 24 mo shirts. A lot of the 18 mo shirts are way too small for him, but some have plenty of room still. On shorts, though, it's a different matter. He has a very tiny waist. But he is very tall. So he wears 18 mo shorts, but they have to have an adjustable waist or an elastic waist band. Otherwise, they fall right off. But 12 mo shorts are a little too tight around his thighs. He's built like his mama!
He can wear a 3 or a 4 diaper. Three is a little small, four is a little big. Yes, we are at in between stages in everything it seems! I did forget yesterday that he does know two actual sign language signs. 'Eat' and 'Drink'. He reminded me of that this morning! HA! We have a fun week planned, I hope you do too!


3 comments:

Lindsey said...

How cute! Enjoy your fun week!

B. Meandering said...

They're called Jarvis thighs--your maternal grandma's family heritage blessed your grandma Shirley, Uncle David, me, your brother, and you--and I guess you're saying Aaron too. There could be much worse things to inherit.
24 months on some things, huh?
Any particular brands?
He is looking very much a little boy and not a baby and of course, ever so cute.

Robyn Beele said...

Andrew is in the same stage, but for 12 and 18 months! I don't know where company's get their sizes.