Rock. Star.


It happened. 

I'm not saying I think it's going to happen consistently or anything.


it happened. 

Will slept "through the night."  Nearly NINE hours of uninterrupted zs.


I slept for 7.  Kind of.  I woke up a couple times to check on him, but then went right back to sleep.

I could get used to this. 


3 Months

Well, time certainly flies when you're as busy as the Parker clan.  The good news is, we're not spending any of our precious time sleeping!  ha.  But, really, things are going great. 

Will is growing bigger and smarter each passing day.  At his two month checkup, he weighed 11 lbs, 8 oz and measured 22 inches long.  That puts him in the 25th percentile for weight and the 10th percentile for length.  So, he's a little guy and I'm happy for him to stay little a bit longer. 

He rolled over (front to back - see video below) for the first time on January 30th and has continued to roll over since.  Sometimes his head is too heavy and he forgets he can do it, but it's so fun to watch him develop new skills.  He loves to "talk" and coo and had his first really good case of the giggles during the Super Bowl. 

Grandma G is coming to visit for 5 1/2 days next week.  We are all very excited. 

Being back at work is a challenge, but a good one.  I enjoy my job and I'm pretty good at what I do, so it's not a bad place to have to go each day.  I miss my boys terribly when I'm gone, though.  Pumping also produces its own unique challenges - but it's worth all the effort. 

Anyway, I guess I'm too tired to think of anything else to share at the moment. I'll let some pictures do the talking.

Snoopy Band-Aids after his first shots.
A little later in the day after shots - no long
 term damage

Smiling from his stroller while cruisng the

Having so much fun with mom
Looking positively snuggly after his bedtime

First time in the Bumbo.  SO cute.

Liking mom's new 'do.
Sleeping in late with dad.