Saturday, June 6, 2009

Four Month Check-up

I can't believe Whitney is already four months! (Actually she is about four and a half months right now but I am slow at blogging!) It kills me to see her getting so big so fast!!! Here are her four month stats:

Height: 24.75 inches/64th%
Weight: 12 lbs 2 oz/15th%
Head: 16 in/34%

She rolled over about three weeks ago, she did it over and over and over again....but she hasn't done it since that night! Silly girl. We are trying to give her rice cereal but she does not like it! So I am just going to keep trying but if any of you have tips it would be much appreciated!

Her sleeping is so random. Some nights it she wakes up once a night and others are ....MUCH more! I don't know what to do, so I think in a month or so I may just let her cry it out.

She is such a happy baby, I love it! She is so smiley and laughs all the time. She LOVES to watch Morgan, and Morgan is starting to get more and more attached. I love it, that is the one thing about them getting bigger. It makes me excited for them to be friends and be able to play together.

4 comments:

Ira and Heather said...

With the four month update is suppose to come with a four month shot of the little one. Didn't you get the memo? Jk.

nat said...

Hello?!? Where in the world are the pictures? I'm dying here. . .

The Coopers said...

Kenzie hated rice cereal too. We just waited until she was 6 months and started her on the yellow veggies. She loved those. She never liked rice cereal, even when we mixed it with stuff. She is still not a fan of rice at 2, haha. She is such a cutie :)

The Voss' said...

I can't believe she is already 4 months old! She's smaller than Braden was at 4 months! lol.:)
But I guess boys are supposed to be bigger than girls. I mix fruit in with Braden's cereal or juice might work too. I would also highly recommend a book called "Healty Sleep Habits, Happy Child". It is a wonderful book that helps you to teach your child to sleep clear through teenage years..starting at 4 months. It's by Marc Weissbluth, M.D.