William is Twenty One Weeks Old

Sometimes the week by week baby predictors are just spot on.  This weeks is, though in large part, that’s because William is such a happy baby overall. I have more photos of him smiling than not, and everyone always comments what a happy baby he is.

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This wide eyed and mouthed photo really shows the sunny personality we see so very often.

With his arms propped up, he loves to be able to see the world from a slightly taller angle while on the ground.

William loves to be sung to. I sung to him when he was in utero and quite often without having it as a way to distract him. I do sing to him on the changing table when he is especially antsy.

Other times he will find amusement in kids programs. We let him watch Sesame Street and Wild Kratts Creature Power, both of which appear to be clear favorites of his.

While shopping with Matt, Candy played Peek-a-boo by ducking down in front of his stroller.

Multiple times she did this and each time he squealed with laughter. He probably was trying to get her to pick him up with his arm movements in this one.

We definitely enjoy talking back and forth with him. I don’t know if he thinks we understand him, but he definitely likes trying to join in with us and having us talk back with him.

~ Danielle

Author: Over40FirstTimeMom.com

45 year old mother to our infant son, William, with my husband, Matt. We live in California with our mischievous cat, Inky. I love our local sports teams (Go Giants! Go Sharks!), photography, the beach, WWE, reading and now spending lots of time as a family with one kid and one cat.

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