I'm sure that I will say this every month, but I can't believe how quickly time flies. We are really starting to get into a routine and it's getting easier to understand exactly what Walker wants when he cries. Not too mention, Connor is really starting to enjoy being a big brother.
13.7 lbs (according to the home scale)
Not sure, but definitely longer than at your 2 month check-up
You eat 4 ounces at 6 am, 9 am, 12 pm, 3 pm, and 6 pm. Then at bedtime, around 8:30, you eat 5 ounces
You're definitely like your brother in this area, you love your sleep! You generally cat nap throughout the day and then you're out around 7:30. I'll wake you up about 8:30 for your last bottle and then you sleep until I wake you up at 6 am. You have transitioned from sleeping in the car seat (which was in your crib) to sleeping in your crib with an elevated mattress. I think you love being able to stretch out all night!
3 months is starting to get a little snug in the length, you do best with the 3-6 month size
Your hair is definitely starting to sprout on the top. It's coming in a lot lighter than I thought it would, I was betting on dark brown. However, it's not as white as Connor's hair was.
Still my blue eyed boy
Connor is SO in LOVE with you! In fact, I'm sure you have noticed this because he is ALWAYS right up in your face. He really enjoys that you now smile back at him when he talks to you and can't wait until you're able to play. He still hasn't really attempted to pick you up, which I'm very happy about, but he does like to hold/feed you. Connor's also really good about giving you the paci when you're crying, sometimes it looks more like he is shoving it in your mouth, but at least he's trying right?!
Your favorite time of the day is bath time. You can go from screaming to smiling just by putting you in the water. You're also starting to "talk" a lot more these days. Connor seems to think I speak baby, because he's always asking me "What did he say?" (generally I just make something up). You've adjusted really well to daycare and I'm slowing adjusting to being back at work. You still aren't a fan of tummy time, unless you're tired then you're happy to sleep on your stomach. You've also discovered your hands and if you don't have a paci your mouth, you're generally nawing on your hands. I'm looking forward to seeing how you change in the next month, but I'm wishing the baby days wouldn't go by so quickly!