Friday, August 29, 2008
Caleb and I got to accompany Chad on a work trip to the beach. We had lots of beach fun. One of the highlights of this trip for Caleb was getting to be around someone his own size. Marlie (Kent and Melanie Rienhardt's little girl) is a month older than Caleb (though you wouldn't know it by their size). When we laid them next to each other, they held hands! It was so cute!
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
We just got back from a weekend on St. Simons Island with Kristin's family. We had a fabulous time and are thrilled that Caleb likes the beach as much as we do! He dipped his little feet in the ocean and swam in the pool, played in his tent, and took long naps while listening to the waves and enjoying the breeze. He even made it out to see the sunrise. Good thing he likes it b/c we are headed back tomorrow. This time Ocean Isle Beach,NC with Chad's work. And then again in September with the Chandlers. What a life!
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Caleb went to his 2 month checkup at the doctor this morning. He weighed in at hefty 13.1 lbs (82%) and he is 23.25" long (65%). We've got a chunky little monkey. His head however is only in the 23%, which is funny because before he was born the sonographer couldn't believe how big head was & estimated that is was in the 99%. I was happy she was wrong. After the fun measuring & weighing they gave little boy his shots :( He turned redder than a chili pepper and screamed, but was fine afterwards. I think his Mommy was more upset than he was.
To show off those 5 lbs. and 13 oz. he's gained since birth, I've got a picture of him here at 8 days old and then at 8 weeks old.
Posted by Kristin Chandler at 8:30 AM
Sunday, August 3, 2008
Our friends Joel and Bethany visited this weekend with their little girl Addie Lane. Lots of friends came over to see the Scoggins & there were babies everywhere. Its crazy that just a year ago none of them were here. Here is Caleb with Addie Lane & Brooks (little Luke didn't make it into the pictures). It's not as easy as it looks to get all them awake & looking at the camera.
Posted by Kristin Chandler at 7:57 AM