May-June-July at Our Home

Boreing Kiddos
Here are the highlights of May, June and July for our family:


  • We traveled to West Tennessee for my sister’s college graduation, to visit family and introduce everyone to Cecilia.
  • We traveled to East Tennessee the next weekend to visit family and introduce Cecilia to family.
  • We got our house ready to sell and showed it a few times.
  • We started watching This Old House (it’s now a family favorite!)
  • We celebrated 8 years of marriage on the 27th.
  • John David turned 28 on the 31st.
The boys and I prepared daddy a mini birthday party. We made yellow cake and homemade whipped cream and they were so excited for their daddy!
Sleeping Little Folks
And, this is what our bed looked like during the month of May. Weston was cutting his 2 year molars and some nights we’d have all 3 in bed (and John David would bring them back to their beds or just go get in one of their beds!)

Two Months

Cecilia was 2 months on May 20.


  • Weighs about 11 pounds.
  • Wearing 3 month clothes.
  • Exclusively cloth diapered – bumGenius One Size on smallest setting with regular insert
  • Nursing every 3 hours during the day. Waking once at night.
  • Started smiling and cooing


  • Boys started participating in the summer reading program at our local library.
  • We started praying hard about whether or not to sell our home.
  • John David traveled to Ethiopia for 10 days with our church.
  • The little ones and I went to West Tennessee and stayed with my parents while John David was gone.
  • Daddy came home on the 28th!
We went to the Memphis Zoo with my mom, sister and nieces.
Sponsored Kids
John David saw our two sponsored children while in Ethiopia!

Three Months

Cecilia was 3 months on June 20.

Milestones :

  • 11 pounds 12 ounces.
  • Wearing 3-6 month clothes.
  • Exclusively cloth diapered – bumGenius One Size on smallest setting with regular insert.
  • Nursing every 3 hours during the day, waking once at night.
  • Working on complete head control.
  • Loves watching big brothers.


  • Decided that staying in our home was the best decision for our family.
  • Began working on some home improvement projects since we’re staying in our current home (plus, the boys are into home improvement thanks to This Old House so they’re having a blast!)
  • Weston went to visit Mimi and Papaw for a few days while Paxton stayed behind with us. We enjoyed our time with Paxton and Cecilia.
  • Our family participated in Chick-fil-a’s cow appreciation day for the 5th year in a row!
  • My sister and her family visited. We enjoyed their visit!
  • We visited family in East Tennessee.
  • Paxton stayed in East Tennessee with Mimi and Papaw for a few days. We enjoyed our days with our two littlest ones.
  • We sold our Ford Escape (my first vehicle, it took me to college, us on our honeymoon and brought our 2 boys home from the hospital!)
  • John David bought a new (to us, of course!) truck.
The flowers Paxton and Mimi planted in my garden when Cecilia was born are blooming and are beautiful. I’ve enjoyed bringing the cut flowers into our home.
Mobile Baby
This little lady decided the day after turning 4 months that she was ready to be mobile. She started off on the towel and ended up here!
This baby girl is such a JOY to our family!

Four MonthsCecilia was 4 months on July 20


  • Rolling over.
  • Complete head control.
  • Wearing 3-6 month clothes.
  • Exclusively cloth diapered – bumGenius One Size on medium setting with regular insert and doubler.
  • Nursing every 3 hours during the day.
  • Starts the night in her crib and when she wakes to nurse, I bring her to our bed.
  • Starting to ‘talk’ to us.

Those are the highlights of May, June and July. Written mostly so I can look back and remember!

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responses to “May-June-July at Our Home” 2

  1. Both my husband and I enjoy your updates! This Old House is an absolute favorite here, too. Our first baby is one month older than Ceclia and we spend much of our evenings after she is in bed watching. 🙂 We'd much rather learn to do things ourselves than pay someone to do it for us; even if they aren't doing projects we want to do, it's still fascinating!

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