Monday, October 19, 2009

Four Months Old!

William is four months old today! I can't believe he's getting so big. Just a few more months and he'll be eating real food, walking around, and talking.

It's been a long time since I last posted and we do have new pictures of Will that I'll post later (as soon as they get on the computer!). In the meantime, let me update you on William, Taylor and me. A family post!

William continues to grow every day. We'll get his official stats on Wednesday but I think he's about 15lbs and 26 inches long. It's crazy how fast he gains inches. Last week I had to roll his jeans up twice, now they don't really need to be rolled up at all.

He's such a little person now too. He's giggly and funny and loves to be tickled on his tummy. Of course, like his father, he never smiles for the camera making him look like a serious baby. He has this hilarious belly laugh that sounds like "Haw..Haw..Haw..Haw.." Makes me laugh every time. Which in turn makes him laugh so sometimes we just laugh at each other for several minutes.

Taylor is doing well too. Once the two of us are at home at the same time for longer than an hour, we'll take pictures of us and William and as a family and post them! He's a natural father and William can't wait for him to get home every day. He especially loves Taylor's beard and belly laughs whenever Taylor tickles him with it.

I am also doing well. I've been really busy with playing with William during the day, finding time to study and going to class at night but I love it. I am so lucky to have Taylor supporting me while I do this otherwise I would never be able to handle being a "stay at home Mom" and a law student! School has been great. It's really interesting and really challenging and I love it! I am taking a required Legal writing class, intro to contract law and intro to torts law. Intro to contract law is the least interesting class but the professor is funny. Intro to torts is the most interesting subject (in brief torts are the civil cases from criminal act, malpractice and negligence so the reading is pretty interesting. You would never believe how many people have slipped on banana peels at railway stations in MA alone.) My legal writing class is the least amount of credits and the most work. Hopefully I'll be a great writer when I am done with this class.

Sampson and Delilah are also doing well. Delilah has lost some weight but Sampson has packed on a few pounds! We've started taking them to play groups at a local park on Sundays so they can play with friends and run around a bit. We don't want them to think that we've forgotten about them!

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