Monday, March 9, 2015

10 Months Old!!

Cooper is 10 months old, he has two months left of his first year! He still hasn't figured out how to keep his tummy off the floor when crawling, so he continues to army crawl all over the house. He has started to slowly pull himself up onto things (mainly us). 
He typically eats three solid meals a day, usually what we're eating, and he has 3-4 bottles a day. 
He's been pretty sick on and off for the past two months, which has hard, but we went to the doctor this morning and found out he has an ear infection and bronchitis (B has both as well).
He takes 2 naps a day, and usually sleeps 11-12 hours at night, which is wonderful. 
Cooper really enjoys playing with his toys, and the new dinosaurs B got for her birthday. He likes to put everything in his mouth (I never had that problem with B), and he's still working on getting his top teeth (although they look like they could be in any day now).
We love you Coopie Doopie boy!!

birth: 6 lbs. 14 oz.
1 month: 9 lbs. (weighed at home)
2 months: 11 lbs. 4 oz. (weighed at home)
3 months: 12 lbs. 7 oz. (weighed at home)
4 months: 13 lbs. 6 oz. (weighed at home)
5 months: 14 lbs. 6 oz. (weighed at home)
6 months: 15 lbs. 8 oz. (accurate weight)
7 months: 17 lbs. 1 oz. (weighed at home)
8 months: 18 lbs (weighed at home)
9 months:17 lbs. 7 oz. (weighed at home)
10 months: 18 lbs. 8 oz (accurate weight)

birth: 19 ¼ inches
1 month: 21 ¾ inches (measured at home)
2 months: 22 ½ inches (measured at home)
3 months: 23 ½ inches (measured at home)
4 months: 24 ½ inches (measured at home)
5 months: 25 inches (measured at home)
6 months: 25 ½ inches (accurate height)
7 months: 26 inches (measured at home)
8 months: 26 ½ inches (measured at home)
9 months: 27 inches (measured at home)
10 months: 27 ½ inches (measured at home)

Want to compare Cooper to Brooklynne at 10 months


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