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My baby.

I had a reflective day today. I knew that I had to go through some of Avery's old clothes but I have been putting it off for a while. Well, here are how many 0-6 months clothes she's got. I am not getting rid of them or anything, just taking them out of the general clothes populations to make my life a little easier.

Avery stayed at my mom and dad's last night. Today, when Avery was taking a nap, dad let me watch all the video he has taken of her since she was born. Jason couldn't watch it; it made him sad. It made me a little sad too. She was so little....SO little. I just can't believe how big she's gotten, just in 9 months. She is going to be 9 months old this weekend and I just can't believe how fast its gone. I know I say that all the time. All parents do. But its because it is so, so true. My dad pretty much got good footage each month of her life since we were in the hospital. It blows my mind, when watching each month concurrently like that, how much she really did change each month. She went from being a completely helpless, little baby who couldn't control her head, her arms, nothing, to each month getting more and more control. I watched her try and handle toys, to trying to sit up, to smiling, to trying to scoot. Its miraculous, completely miraculous.

I just can't believe that in 3 months, her first year of life will come to and end. And then, on to the next. I am so happy for the next stage, but so sad that I only have 3 months left of my baby being an infant. God has blessed me with her so much. And I never take one single second for granted. I love her so very much. So much.

Well, enough of that. Have a great week, everybody!!
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*Ross and Katy* said…
It is so sad putting clothes away! I cried yesterday because our guy has already outgrown some 0-3 month clothes and he's only 1 month old :(

Your dad is so sweet to film her so often-you will treasure those videos forever!

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