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10 Months Of Joy

Eli turned ten months old on Thursday, and the poor guy spent it with an ear infection and at home with a sick daddy keeping him. I simply cannot believe how fast he's growing.
He is getting better and faster at crawling which is such a challenge because we have an open floor plan that makes it nearly impossible to use baby gates.

He loves to play outside in his swimming pool or to ride on the lawn mower with Dad.

He has added a few new words to his vocabulary including "bath." It sounds strikingly similar to "ball," "bye-bye" and "bottle" but he is at least making the correct associations with each. The other night at 7:00 (which is bath time) he crawled down the hall saying " ba, ba, ba." I was trying to tell him that we weren't going anywhere, but when I finally caught up to him, he was trying to get in the tub...he knew what he was trying to say. Our second new word is "Emma," our friend's daughter and his older girlfriend.

He has also started pulling up on EVERYTHING and as a result has had some minor bumps and bruises.

Yes, these have been 10 months of joy...


  1. Morgan, he has gotten so big!! I can't believe how much faster life is when you have a lil one!

  2. Morgan, what a cute blog you have and what a beautiful family you have!! Your little boy is so cute, happy 10 months!!

  3. Thanks Heather! I have become a follower of your blog and enjoy reading about your beautiful family!


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