11 months!!!


You're 11 months old!!! I cannot believe you will be a year old in a few short weeks. Where has the time gone? How have you grown so quickly? How have you changed from a baby to a little boy so quickly? It is always bitter sweet watching you grow and change. It's more exciting than it is sad of course. It's just sad that it all goes by in the blink of an eye. Trust me, you won't understand until you have your own baby. Anyways, you are the sweetest, happiest, most fun, goofy little boy! Saying you bring JOY to our home is an understatement. Words don't do it justice. I am SO thankful I get to stay home with you part-time. We love you Gagey!

What you're up to:
-still wearing size 3 diapers
-you weigh 20 pounds
-wearing 12 month and 12-18 month clothes and size 4 shoe
-still taking 4, 6oz bottles a day along with breakfast, lunch and dinner
-you have 9 teeth, two of those are molars
-you LOVE bath time and CRY every time you have to get out, it never fails
-you take 2 naps a day, each 1-2+ hours
-you go to bed around 7:30pm and sleep until 6am
-you are still just pulling to stand and don't seem to care to learn to walk. You have stood alone with shoes on twice, but only for about 2 seconds
-you are CLIMBING up and on everything!
-you LOVE books
-you LOVE basketballs!
-you enjoy and do well at daycare 3 times a week
-you just had pink eye and an ear infection
-your hair is OUT of control and it's stringy, almost turning into a mullet... but I'm not cutting that sweet baby hair!
-you are figuring out your voice and love to hear yourself
-you are saying "mama" and "dada"
-you LOVE "where's Gage" and chasing daddy and him chasing you
-you continue to be such a happy little boy, but we sure are seeing a personality coming out!



Exhibition game numero uno

WKU played Campbellsville in Bowling Green on Halloween night. I am S-U-P-E-R proud of my hubby and his accomplishment of working with a D-1 school right out of the gate (of grad school). Oh, and if you think I know what a "D-1" school means, I have you fooled. I know it's something good. That's about it. I'm learning people, I'm learning.

Gage really enjoyed the game. He: pointed at the light when I said "where's the light!?", he turned his head left and right and left and right as the players ran by, he clapped his hands, he had him some fun!

WKU: 80, Campbellsville: 57
(oh, and Ryan looked DYNAMITE in his suit)


So, I used to watch scary Jaws movies with my dad when I was little, thus making me TERRRRRIFIED of any open water. Unless I've had a Bloody Mary or two @ Lake Cisco, I refuse to go in the water. Anyways, Gage was the cutest little Shark I've ever seen and he didn't even try to gnaw my leg off. In downtown Bowling Green @ the Town Square they had Scare at the Square. We missed most of it since Ryan was working, but made it just in time for the Thriller dance lesson.

SHARK ATTACK!!!!!!!!!!!!
(I bet that scared you)