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13 weeks

Avery is 13 weeks today. She's as cute as ever, but has been having some issues recently...Nothing serious...

She just hasn't been sleeping well for about a month now (It could be A LOT worse, but we have to put her back to sleep several times each night) We figured maybe she was hungry. We tried increasing her formula, but she became gassy and started spitting up. She also started refusing bottles.
We finally broke down and called our pediatrician to ask for advice...

Surprisingly, he didn't come back with his typical response..."Sugar Water!" This warranted something better...ready for the big guns??? "Whiskey and tylenol!" (he thinks she is teething)

Needless to say, we're going to ignore his old school advice and just continue to take things day to day. Avery will figure it out...(she figured out how to sleep with her arms unswaddled!)

In the meantime, we're going to continue to shower this little girl with all of the love we can possibly offer...

I know I've said it before, but she seriously melts my heart! (These are, hands down, two of my favorite pictures!)

Tomorrow is her 3 month birthday...I hope you're ready for the photoshoot!!!


  1. I am ready for the photoshoot.. BRING IT ON SISTA!


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