Happy 4 Months!

Levi turned four months old on April 29th. I can’t believe he’s growing up so fast! This last month has been pretty productive around our house. We (mostly John) planted our garden and the seeds are starting to sprout. I can’t wait for all our fresh veggies to be ready to eat! John also dug the holes for the posts for the fence we are putting up around the garden. John has been super busy with work and I got to teach my very first lesson in Young Women’s.

Levi has started “talking”. He went through a happy screaming phase and now he’s more of a ooh and aah phase. Sometimes he whines but then will laugh and then whine. I think he’s just testing out all the possibilities of his vocal cords. He has yet to roll over, although he will push himself onto his side and hold himself there with his foot, so I’m thinking any day now. His hand-eye coordination is getting really well, and anything he can get a hold of goes straight into his mouth. His new favorite position is to lay on his back with his hands behind his head, he’s just a chill little kid.

Levi got a new cousin this month and I just know they are going to be best friends one day. He also got his first hair cut. I just cut off his rats tail, which John was sad about, but I think he looks much better groomed now. We also celebrated Star Wars Day (okay this was after he turned 4 months but it was fun). Levi wore his Darth Vadar bodysuit and he and John watched Star Wars while mom was at work. That’s pretty much it. Here are some pics from the month. Enjoy!


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