Friday, March 13, 2009

2 months old

Curren is 2 months old today and finally, I feel, starting to "even out" in his sleep, thank you Jesus! He is smiling all the time, cooing and gurgling, and a real snuggle bug. Here is his monthly pic and stats from our appointment yesterday.

Height: 22 1/2 in.--25th percentile
Weight: 13 lbs., 3 oz.--80th percentile
Head circ.: 16 in.--55th percentile

Maggie @ 2 months old

And her stats at @ 2 months:
Height: 22 1/2 in--50th percentile
Weight: 12 lbs., 9 oz--90th percentile
(unfortunately I don't have the stats on her head size but by this point it was off the charts!)


  1. it's fun to see how they are simliar but definitley have their own little look. yay! for better sleeping. thank you Jesus indeed!

  2. I have just gone back and re-read your last several blogs. Sounds like life has been full and sleep-deprived these last eight weeks.

    I work with kids/families...some that have 4+ kids, and I am in awe of how they (the two parents) managed it. Dan comes from a family of 4 boys, all two years apart. When I really think hard about how daily life would have looked for them once Dan came along (he was the baby), my head almost explodes. :) Parenting is such a big, demanding job, but I wonder if there is anything more rewarding.

    I am glad to hear that Curren's sleep is evening out. I think you were right on in an earlier blog about taking life on one day at a time...or even one moment at a time. Sometimes the big picture is just too overwhelming or blurry.

    What an incredible boy you have there, Suz. And your Maggie, she is growing so big. I loved how you see her responding to and internalizing the heart training you have been doing with her. That is exciting!

    Miss you...

  3. He's 2 months already? WOW!!!
    I love your picture of both of them at that age. What a fun comparison.

  4. Such a cutie! I see more of your side of the family in him than A's. Crazy seeing that old pic of Mags - how time flies.

    Hope you are having a blast with your family there!

  5. What a chunk! (I mean that with much admiration!)

  6. Oh my he is so cute! Isn't it amazing to see how fast they grow and change? You are doing a great job & seem so attentive to each of your children's needs. I'm encouraged by your pressing foward and training in all areas.