It was at this time that we began to realize that Zane was going to be developing more quickly that the 'average' baby. He really didn't stay a baby very long.
Here at the first of the month, he is sitting nicely on a chair.
And finding out that electronics are the preferred toys.
Lynette made Zane a little box house, and someone took the perfect photo.
And he's still sweet to cuddle.
We knew from the very beginning that Zane was 'tongue-tied'. It meant that he couldn't nurse properly. He had the frenulum cut at 9 months or so. His doctor thought we had to wait, but the ear, nose, throat doctor who did the actual cutting, would have done it right away.