Look who turned 4 months on Monday! I don't know how it happened, but we have a tall one. Linc is 90% percentile for height and weighs half as much as Koby! He is wearing clothes that Koby wore when he was walking. Crazy! I love his chunky little thighs and his dimply bum.
Lincoln is so fun. He laughs most every time when you change his clothes-its pretty funny. Apparently there is something hilarious about getting his arms pulled out of the sleeves. He also loves his vowels. James can always make Linc chuckle by doing some ridiculous vowel sounds. Bath time is Lincoln's favorite thing. His arms and legs move so fast that he makes it across the length of the bath in about 3.2 seconds!
And yes, his tongue can usually be seen out in most pictures.
All I can say about this kid can be seen...
Uncle Shane's awesome dessert
+ Dad(in charge for TWO minutes)
At what age will a child stop needing constant supervision while eating? Today...Koby decided to do his hair and a little finger painting using an entire cup of Chocolate Milk.
We are up to 3 baths today...so far.
Thanks to James, Koby has become an awesome vegetable eater. If I do anything that is slightly strenuous I hear, "Let Koby do it... I have big muscles. I eat my Man Food mom." Today at the park, from the top of the slide, at the top of his lungs..."I'm such a great climber mom! I eat my Man Food!" In church taking the sacrament, "This is Man Food mom?"
Koby has become Mr. Social on the block. At first we thought it was our supply of sidewalk chalk and bubbles that kept the kids coming, but as the chalk and bubbles disappear the kids keep coming. As Koby is skateboarding down our steep driveway head first his 10 year old friend looks over at me and says, "Koby is really fun to play with, even though he is a little guy!"
Koby has been doing a great job at being a good big brother lately. Every time Lincoln wakes up Koby runs in to see him. He peaks into the crib and says, "Hi buddy! You waked up? Come in Kob's room to play." Although we still have the occasional lets-see-if-I-can-jump-over-the-baby moment, life with the two has been pretty good :)
At least boys should be easier teenagers...right?!