Tag Archives: monthly baby photos

document childhood: monthly baby photos

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series, with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips & celebrated...

free monthly baby photo signs

If you’ve visited my blog just one time in the past 3 years, you’ve probably seen one of my children in a numbered onesie.  My cousin, Bridget, made these monthly onesies when I was expecting Colin and I’ve had so much fun putting them to use. Starting when Colin was brand new (see below), I...

one year!

Jillian, You are one whole year old now, baby girl!  And I know it’s cliche, but I have no idea where the time went.  I really feel like it was just yesterday that I was passing my due date and waiting for your arrival.  What a year it’s been, baby girl! It seems every time we’re...

eleven months!

Jillian, You are eleven months old now, baby girl!  That means there’s only one onesie left in the box.  Whew.  I can’t go there right now.  Because, in this moment, I just want to cherish every last drop of you as an infant (you’ll be my baby forever, but I believe the term infant officially expires on...

ten months!

Jillian, You are ten months old now, baby girl!  And these were definitely the hardest photos to capture yet!  I put you in your monthly onesie, laid you down onto the usual blanket and instantly you were OFF!  Crawling away before I could even lock my camera focus.  (You can crawl on your knees now,...

nine months!

Jillian, You are nine months old now, baby girl!  I can’t believe you’ve already been in our world for as long as you were in my belly!  This morning, while I was feeding you, I suddenly remembered the moment of our 20 week ultrasound when we found out you were a girl.  It was such...

eight months!

Jillian, You are eight months old now, baby girl!  Your life is much faster paced than your brother’s was as this stage and YOU WANT IT TO MOVE EVEN FASTER!  The army crawling has gained speed, but, if you had it your way, you’d be running alongside your big brother.  Soon enough, Jilly Boo, soon enough....

seven months!

Jillian, You are seven months old now, baby girl!  We are starting to get into a good groove and time is flying.  Speaking of ‘flying’… that hair of yours.  Keeps growing straight up!  (no seriously, I wet it down a few minutes before these pictures were taken). As your Granny Janny says, you’re a ‘mover...

six months!

Jillian, You are six months old now, baby girl!  One half of a year.  Wow.  There is something a little unbelievable about that. This month was our toughest month.  Somewhere around four months, you forgot how to sleep.  While we stumbled through sleepless nights and catnaps, my happy baby slowly faded and you became crankier & crankier....

five months!

Jillian, You are five months old now, baby girl!  And already I can hardly remember our family without you in it. The most noticeable change this month has been your activity level.  Gone are the days of setting you on the bed & knowing you’ll still be there if I blink.  Now, I lay you...

two months!

Jillian, You are two months old now, baby girl.  It truly felt like last week that I was taking photos of you in your one month onesie, and here four whole weeks have gone by.  Life has been moving in warp speed since you arrived [and I thought things were flying by with just your brother…...

one month!

This time things are different.  I was frightened about welcoming a second baby.  I remembered how much I struggled when I first became a mother.  How much work it was to take care of a newborn.  The exhaustion.  The physical pain of recovering from delivery.  Oh, and breastfeeding is NOT EASY.  I didn’t feel like...

eleven months

Colin, I keep saying ‘I can’t believe he’s going to be a year old… I can’t believe it…’  But, I need to just focus on this moment.  Celebrate eleven months.  Because eleven months is ELEVEN MONTHS.  Not to be overshadowed by the approaching first birthday. The photos this month are a little more limited, fella....

ten months

Colin, Each month seems to go faster & faster.  You’re developing more skills, more movement, and more personality every single day.  I love watching each minute. Since you’re beginning to do more, I thought it would be fun to document 10 months a little differently… by writing down your ‘favorite things.’ Favorite Book:  Little Seal...

nine months

Colin, My little ‘miniature muffin’. You’re quite lucky that we exhausted [most of] the ridiculous nicknames on your older brother, Colby Jack. It could be much worse, kiddo. Nine months. How slow nine months of pregnancy felt. Yet how fast nine months of your life flew by. Today I watched your little belly jump while...

Tag Archives: monthly baby photos

document childhood: monthly baby photos

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series, with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips & celebrated...

free monthly baby photo signs

If you’ve visited my blog just one time in the past 3 years, you’ve probably seen one of my children in a numbered onesie.  My cousin, Bridget, made these monthly onesies when I was expecting Colin and I’ve had so much fun putting them to use. Starting when Colin was brand new (see below), I...

one year!

Jillian, You are one whole year old now, baby girl!  And I know it’s cliche, but I have no idea where the time went.  I really feel like it was just yesterday that I was passing my due date and waiting for your arrival.  What a year it’s been, baby girl! It seems every time we’re...

eleven months!

Jillian, You are eleven months old now, baby girl!  That means there’s only one onesie left in the box.  Whew.  I can’t go there right now.  Because, in this moment, I just want to cherish every last drop of you as an infant (you’ll be my baby forever, but I believe the term infant officially expires on...

ten months!

Jillian, You are ten months old now, baby girl!  And these were definitely the hardest photos to capture yet!  I put you in your monthly onesie, laid you down onto the usual blanket and instantly you were OFF!  Crawling away before I could even lock my camera focus.  (You can crawl on your knees now,...

nine months!

Jillian, You are nine months old now, baby girl!  I can’t believe you’ve already been in our world for as long as you were in my belly!  This morning, while I was feeding you, I suddenly remembered the moment of our 20 week ultrasound when we found out you were a girl.  It was such...

eight months!

Jillian, You are eight months old now, baby girl!  Your life is much faster paced than your brother’s was as this stage and YOU WANT IT TO MOVE EVEN FASTER!  The army crawling has gained speed, but, if you had it your way, you’d be running alongside your big brother.  Soon enough, Jilly Boo, soon enough....

seven months!

Jillian, You are seven months old now, baby girl!  We are starting to get into a good groove and time is flying.  Speaking of ‘flying’… that hair of yours.  Keeps growing straight up!  (no seriously, I wet it down a few minutes before these pictures were taken). As your Granny Janny says, you’re a ‘mover...

six months!

Jillian, You are six months old now, baby girl!  One half of a year.  Wow.  There is something a little unbelievable about that. This month was our toughest month.  Somewhere around four months, you forgot how to sleep.  While we stumbled through sleepless nights and catnaps, my happy baby slowly faded and you became crankier & crankier....

five months!

Jillian, You are five months old now, baby girl!  And already I can hardly remember our family without you in it. The most noticeable change this month has been your activity level.  Gone are the days of setting you on the bed & knowing you’ll still be there if I blink.  Now, I lay you...

two months!

Jillian, You are two months old now, baby girl.  It truly felt like last week that I was taking photos of you in your one month onesie, and here four whole weeks have gone by.  Life has been moving in warp speed since you arrived [and I thought things were flying by with just your brother…...

one month!

This time things are different.  I was frightened about welcoming a second baby.  I remembered how much I struggled when I first became a mother.  How much work it was to take care of a newborn.  The exhaustion.  The physical pain of recovering from delivery.  Oh, and breastfeeding is NOT EASY.  I didn’t feel like...

eleven months

Colin, I keep saying ‘I can’t believe he’s going to be a year old… I can’t believe it…’  But, I need to just focus on this moment.  Celebrate eleven months.  Because eleven months is ELEVEN MONTHS.  Not to be overshadowed by the approaching first birthday. The photos this month are a little more limited, fella....

ten months

Colin, Each month seems to go faster & faster.  You’re developing more skills, more movement, and more personality every single day.  I love watching each minute. Since you’re beginning to do more, I thought it would be fun to document 10 months a little differently… by writing down your ‘favorite things.’ Favorite Book:  Little Seal...

nine months

Colin, My little ‘miniature muffin’. You’re quite lucky that we exhausted [most of] the ridiculous nicknames on your older brother, Colby Jack. It could be much worse, kiddo. Nine months. How slow nine months of pregnancy felt. Yet how fast nine months of your life flew by. Today I watched your little belly jump while...

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