Getting so big!

Cohen is ten weeks old today and that is so hard to believe. For how slow the end of my pregnancy went, it amazes me how quickly these last ten weeks have gone by. Everyday with Cohen is exciting and new. It’s so great to actually see him learning. You can see his wheels turning as he explores in his playmat or tries to suck his thumb. We are working in tummy time more and I have found that he likes to be propped up on the Boppy pillow.



He’s getting on more of a schedule which I am appreciating. We are working on extending the time between feedings and during the day we can go almost 3 hours – and at night he will sleep about 8 or 9 hours. During the day he’ll also take a good 3-4 hour nap in the late afternoon. He wakes up so refreshed and ready for fun!



Cohen loves music and really loves dancing. And by dancing I mean giggling and moving his legs and arms to the tune. His favorites? Wakey Wakey, Mumford and Sons, Greg Laswell and Mat Kearney.





Tim loves to read to Cohen at night. The other night he introduced Shel Silverstein for the first time. Cohen enjoyed it. And Moe even joined in.



This past weekend we took Cohen to Tim’s Aunt Louanne’s in Chicago. This was his first time there and he a great time. We are looking forward to being able to take him up there this spring when it’s warmer so we can walk around.



He’s been doing great sleeping in his crib. We normally swaddle him at night so he doesn’t wake himself with his crazy hands but this was taken by Aunt Chelsea when she watched him last week. We were told that sleeping like that is a sign of high intelligence. We aren’t sure how true that is…but we are sticking with that since he loves to stretch out like that! Haha.



We hope that everyone enjoys their week!

The Seidlers

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One Response to Getting so big!

  1. Grandma Cindy

    I love, love, love the pictures with the orange bulldog shirt, especially the one where Cohen is sleeping. Thanks to Chelsea for catching those moments so that I get to experience Cohen’s growth from afar!! And thanks to Tim and Madison for doing this blog – I know your free time is precious.

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