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My Favorite Pictures from Eli's 3rd Month

By Katie |

My baby is 3 months old. How? When? Whyyyyy?

I feel like I am constantly feeling whistful about how quickly time is passing because my little tiny newborn is now a not so tiny infant who is becoming a real person and why can’t I just freeze time right now? I remember being sad about how big Eli was getting when he was 4 days old, I am overcome with it now that he’s completed 3 whole months.

That said, this month has been by far my favorite. Eli has become a little person who does things and sees things and it is just unbelievably fun to witness.

This month has been a month of BIG smiles and fewer episodes of inconsolable screaming, which is a nice change. It’s also been a month of physical development and trickery and much to my dismay, my tiny baby is dangerously close to rolling over. I wish I could keep him tiny forever.

But because I can’t, I’ll be happy he’s healthy and growing and share a few of my favorite pictures from his 3rd and so far, most awesome month.

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Best photos of baby's third month


We call this his what face because it just seems like the only appropriate phrase for the expression. He gets wide eyed a lot these days. The world is his oyster!

We (kinda) can’t wait for next month!

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Katie is a former teacher, part-time PT, wife, and first-time mother to the baby with the best ears on the Internet. You can find more of her grammatically questionable writing at her blog, Overflowing Brain. Read bio and latest posts → Read Katie's latest posts →

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