Elia – 54 Months!

Elia – 48 Months!

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Elia 36 Months!

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Elia’s Growth Statistically Speaking – 4 Years

Weight

  • Birth: 7 lbs 1 oz
  • Three Days: 6 lbs 11 oz – 50%
  • Two Weeks: 7 lbs 5 oz – 50%
  • One Month: 8 lbs 6.5 oz – 50%
  • Eight Weeks: 10 lbs 10.5 oz – 50%
  • Four Months: 14 lbs 10 oz – 50%
  • Six Months: 16 lbs 2 oz – 40%
  • Ten Months: 18 lbs 4 oz – 40%
  • 12 Months: 18 lbs 12 oz – 40%
  • 15 Months: 19 lbs 13 oz – 30%
  • 18 Months: 19 lbs 15 oz – 20%
  • 24 Months: 23 lbs – 20%
  • 36 Months: 27 lbs 8 oz – 50%
  • 48 Months: 32 lbs 4 oz – 25%

Length

  • Birth: 20″ (we think this was .5 off)
  • Three Days: 19.5″ – 50%
  • Two Weeks: 20.5″ – 75%
  • One Month: 21.75″ – 75%
  • Eight Weeks: 22.60″ – 75%
  • Four Months: 24.50″ – 75%
  • Six Months: 26.5″ – 60%
  • Ten Months: 28.5″ – 60%
  • 12 Months: 28.5″ – 30%
  • 15 Months: 29.75″ – 25%
  • 18 Months: 32″ – 50%
  • 24 Months: 34″ – 60%
  • 36 Months: 37.5″ – 60%
  • 48 Months: 38.5″ – 30%

Head

  • Birth: Unknown
  • Three Days: 13 7/8″ – 75%
  • Two Weeks: 14″ – 75%
  • One Month: 14.5″ – 75%
  • Eight Weeks: 15 3/8″ – 75%
  • Four Months: 16.25″ – 75%
  • Six Months: 17″ – 60%
  • Ten Months: 17.75″ – 60%
  • 12 Months: 17.75″ – 55%
  • 15 Months: 18.15″ – 60%
  • 18 Months: 18.5″ – 60%
  • 18 Months: 18.5″ – 50%

Elia – 42 Months!

Elia - 42 Months!

Easter Egg Painting

A bit of snow outside, a Nana and Papa inside, and some hard-boiled eggs the Friday before Easter.

Ezra & Elia Go Tubing

Elia – 38 Months!

Elia- 38 Months!

Elia – 36 Months!

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Elia 36 Months!

The First Snow Of The Season

The first snow of the season also equals the first shoveling of the season, which also equals the first discovery of snowflakes for the season, which also equals the first ‘my boots are wet’ of the season, which also equals the first good pictures of the season.

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A Trip To The Pumpkin Patch

What has become a fall break tradition, we again headed north to Anderson Farms for a morning at the pumpkin patch. It’s fun to use that trip as another time marker to think “wow, it’s so different this year than it was last year”…for example, this year, Ezra chose to run off into the 9 mile corn maze all by himself (thank goodness for the overlooks). We were able to be joined by Nana and Papa and were also greeted that day by unseasonably warm (yet not totally unwelcome) weather.

 

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