Wednesday, June 1, 2016

14 Months

Logan at 14 months:

*Says that (sometimes) and "uh, huh... uh, huh..." when he see something he wants.
*Loves to put his diapers in the Diaper Genie after we change his diaper.
*Brings us fruit snacks or whatever he can find to eat when he's hungry.
*Stomps one foot when he's excited.
*Was teething and wanting to be held all the time. We called him our ankle biter because he was constantly at our ankles wanting to be picked up. (Thankfully that has passed and now he is more content to play without needing our attention constantly.)
*Also during that teething stage he was biting dad a lot and was constantly putting rocks in his mouth.
*Got one of his bottom lateral incisors, so he has 3 teeth on the top and 3 teeth on the bottom.
*Still has a pouch of oatmeal or whole wheat cereal with fruit or vegetable baby food for part of his breakfast and lunch every day. He can basically feed them to himself now.
*Has decided that milk isn't that bad after all and will drink it.
*Likes when we leave the front door open and let him explore the outside a little. (Checking on him very frequently of course.)
*Waves goodbye when someone is leaving or driving away in a car.

After his nap, he frequently wants to take his blankie with him and hangs onto it for a few minutes.

Check out those teeth! 

Dad is definitely his favorite right now which is only fair because he is usually the one to get up with him in the morning.

He's enjoying the car Peyton got for her second birthday quite a lot. (Good thing someone is. Peyton never used it much - I think we got it too late for her.)

He's transitioned to one nap a day, so we try to keep him awake until after lunch. These pictures never get old!

He loves smoothies! He gets excited whenever he sees me getting out the Blendtec and goes right to his high chair because he knows that's where he drinks them.

His favorite meals are always the ones that turn him red. I'm sure this is because they're all tomato based and his love for tomatoes is going strong.

He fell and hit his eye in the bath. Fortunately this was one of those injuries that looked a lot worse than it was and it healed up in no time.

He hardly ever lets us keep his towel on him for longer than a few seconds (takes it off the instant we set him down), so I was happy to finally get a picture of him wearing his puppy towel he got for his birthday.