Four Months of Tommy

Four Months of Tommy |

Tommy turned four months old this past week.

At his four-month check-up earlier this week, he weighed in at 14 pounds 7 ounces and measured 25 inches long. His head circumference is 16.5 inches. Tommy’s numbers put him around the 25th percentile for weight and 40th percentile for height. His doctor was pleased with his growth progress, and everything else checked out well.

Tommy is well out of the newborn stage now. He does still have occasional “food coma” moments but can also polish off five ounces in a single sitting and be fully alert afterward. He no longer gets lulled to sleep by white noise (like the shower) and is so alert the entire time he’s awake. Tommy’s always been fairly alert but just grows more alert every month, focusing on new objects and faces at every opportunity.

Three Months of Tommy

This past week, Tommy turned three months old.

Tommy 3 Months |

We don’t have to go back to the doctor until the four month mark, so I don’t have an updated weight and length for Tommy. He’s been right at the 50th percentile for both weight and length, which most likely puts him at 15 pounds and 24 inches long right now.

Tommy remains a super chill baby and isn’t very fussy or picky. The only things he really doesn’t like are getting his nails clipped and getting out of the bath. He loves the bath but hates getting out of it. I’m not sure what changed with the baths this past month because he was doing okay at two months. I’m hoping it’s just a phase and he’ll get better with the transition again at some point.

New Baby FAQ

In my two months of Tommy update yesterday, I mentioned that there are a few questions I’ve answered all the time over the past couple of months. I decided to write a separate post with these questions, so my two month update didn’t great crazy long. Since we got Tommy, there are three questions I’ve gotten far more than any other questions.

Tommy 2 Months |

Two Months of Tommy

Waiting two months to write a first baby update is crazy because so much changes from week to week, sometimes even day to day, during the first two months of life. From day one, there is so much that I’ve wanted to write down, but I’ve also had no idea where to start. Plus, I’ve felt taking a lot of time out for writing is time that I’d rather be spending with Tommy and other family members, getting something done around the house, or let’s be honest, sleeping. So here we are two months in and I’m finally writing a post about our little guy.

Tommy 2 Months |