Wednesday, October 12, 2011

What a Difference

Pin It Now! When Avery was born I decided to take a monthly photograph of her in the same chair with the same stuffed animal next to her to show her growth.  I started doing the same thing with Parker (even using the same chair and stuffed animal as with Avery).  It's fun to see the difference between the 2 girls, and boy is there a difference!
Avery- 1 month
Parker- 1 month
Up until 1 month old Avery was not doing a great job at nursing.  She was gaining weight but not very much.  At 5 weeks old we discovered she was tongue tied.  Once we had her tongue clipped everything changed and she started gaining a ton of weight.  Parker was tongue tied also but it was much milder and didn't effect her weight gain.  Also, Avery was 6 lbs 5 oz when she was born and Parker was 8 lbs 13 oz.

Avery- 2 months
Parker- 2 months
I can't wait to see how the rest of the pictures compare!


  1. These are so cute! What a great idea to have the same stuffed animal so you can compare them. Parker looks so wide eyed and alert!

  2. What a fab idea, I wish I had done this with the all happens so fast.

  3. How cute!! Wish I would have thought of something like that, hah.

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  5. Oh my goodness! There is a big difference! Funny thing also about the date you posted this-my son was born 5 weeks early 9-12 and weighed 6#5oz and was one month old when you posted this. Looking forward to seeing the future pics!