11 Months!

Hello friends!

Oh.my.goodness. I cannot believe it has already been 11 months!



This month he learned a few more words, actually I don’t remember the exact day he started talking because he had been saying dada for a while.  I do believe his first word was “wow”.  He learned to answer back to, “Liam what does the duck say?” And now every time he sees a duck he says quack quack. I am trying to teach him moo and woof woof.  He also kinda says “this” and “what’s that”.


Other words we are working on are “up”, “more”, “Ava” (well my sister is working hard at this one), “mama” (he sort of says this but he doesn’t call me like he calls to da da),  and “book”.IMG_4867 IMG_4872

He also took his first steps. He 100% prefers crawling, so I am not going to say he is a walker yet, but I know he can do it.  Liam has 8 teeth and I believe is already working on his molars! I think we are both ready for a break.

IMG_5334Sleep has really been hit or miss STILL.  We have started the same approach that Brandon and Erin took with Caden, I hope it works.  Last night we did not go to him when he woke up at 3:45 am, and he fell back asleep (I think) and woke up at 5 am.  I went to him at that time and fed him and he was up for the day. I am hoping once he learns to sleep through the night completely he will sleep until 6 or 6:30. IMG_5369He weighs about 25 lbs!!! His one year appointment isn’t until February, so we will have to wait to get official stats.  We wanted to install his Recaro car seat last weekend, but we decided to wait until the turned a year old so we can put him in the car facing forward.

IMG_5208Liam also got to “hold” his cousin Archer for the first time this month..


Actually Liam’s first cousin Archer was born this month! And they met for the first time.

IMG_5170 IMG_5169So cute! Okay well that is all I have for this month!  I cannot wait to see what the next month brings 🙂




One thought on “11 Months!

  1. Kathy says:

    Emma is also an early riser – between 5 and 5:30. We do the same thing during the night – if she’s just talking or crying a little, we leave her and she usually goes back to sleep. We only go in if she’s actually upset. Sleep is tough! But I definitely think teething is a huge culprit, at least for Emma. I finally bought her a teething necklace to see if that will help.


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