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Jesse | Two Months Old

WOW! We have a nearly two month old in the house! J-Bob just had his two-month check up at the doctor this morning, and got his first shots. He did a good job, only a few tears and a quick recovery.

He is over 13 lbs, and that is "gifted" in the weight department, as Doctor put it :) for boys his age. He has a large head (Cody always has, too), and is right in line or barely above average for his height. What a champ!


THANK YOU GOD for a healthy, happy, baby boy! We Love Jesse!


He has started smiling a lot! His favorite person is mama, with dad as his second favorite. It's all because of the provisions I have that Tim doesn't... because he reaaaaaallly likes Tim! He follows Tim around with his eyes, and even turns his head to find him. Cody has a better understanding of Jesse's little body compared to his great big one, and has lessened the amount of jumps and pushes he gives his little brother... BUT there are still a lot of moments I find myself flying across the room with an echoing "no, no, no, no, no.... Jesse can't have you picking him up by his feet." or, "Oh, woooops! Baby doesn't need another blanket over his face." or, "Yikes! Don't ever do that again, okay, buddy?"  or, "Wwwwoah! Please don't put that too close to his mouth, Codes. He can't eat silly putty."

But, that's the life we are living. It is SOOOOOOOO good! Praise God ALONE for this. We are BLESSED and ever grateful for the joy these two little guys bring us.

THANK YOU GOD! We Praise YOU for Jesse's life!

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