Well, I have had a great several days. My cousin, Sadie, traveled all the way down from Mobile, Alabama to see me. Uncle Luke and Aunt Ashley drove her down here. We had such a great time together! I wish she lived closer, but she told me she heard her parents say that they wanted to move back to Columbia (hopefully soon)! Sadie is 2 1/2 months, and I am 5 months. You may not think we look 2 1/2 months apart, but I promise we are! When I was inside my Momma, I always heard her call me Peanut...well, I guess for now the name still sticks!
So... As I was putting Cooper to bed tonight, I just about cried holding him...The love that I have for my son is indescribable, and I just can't get enough of him. Several times today when he was tired, I just held him while he opened his big blue eyes and just starred at me...after a second or two he gave me this sweet smile! Needless to say, my heart melted just a few times today! I thank the Lord each day for the blessing that He has given me and Steven. Words just can't describe how grateful I am...
So...Cooper has a little girlfriend already. He loves her so much! Her name is Liza, and she is adorable! We love her family and have so much fun going on play dates with them! We are getting pictures of Cooper and Liza together already so that 100 years from now they can look back and see "love at first sight"!
So Sweet!! (Notice their arms wrapped around each other!)
They love to hold hands!
Cooper's in love!
They decided they wanted to sit in the bouncy seat together and pretend they were at the movies!
So...Liza just couldn't get enough of Cooper and decided to start trying to kiss his ear! It was hilarious!!! (Strat, I think Cooper needs to be the one singing "Can't Touch This"!)
Cooper was so happy when he got home--Thanks to Liza!
Cooper went for his 4 month checkup (even though he is 4 1/2 months) on Thursday. His birth weight was 5 pounds 8 ounces, and he dropped to 5 pounds. His length was 17 3/4 inches. He is now 12 pounds 7 ounces, and 24 inches long...supposedly (according to percentile) he is still a peanut! We praise the Lord though for His continued hand over Cooper and helping him grow strong and healthy...he has come a long way!