August 29, 2012

Eight Months

I can't believe Miles is eight months old! He truly is my little treasure and my love for him grows each day. That one-year birthday is getting closer and closer!

Today we enjoyed a great day of playing and snuggling. He was sporting his new hat and booties (you can find them here) and I think they're probably the cutest things he owns. I am such a sucker for cute baby hats, no joke! And if he doesn't protest or pull them off then I think it's totally worth it.

Okay, so here's a question for you mamas out there who have babies older than Miles: what does a one-year old need? Parker's side of the family is very adamant about having Christmas wish lists turned in by September and I'm having so much fun but also a lot of questions as to what Miles will need as a one-year old! I'd love to hear your experiences.

I hope you're all having a great week!
PS I'm linking up this cute hat set with The Naptime Review's Favorite Product Fridays! Definitely go stop by and see what everyone else is loving this time around!


Chantal said...

Happy 8 months!! My daughter turned 8 months on the 16th. Time flies!

Anonymous said...

Your baby will be a big boy soon!! :) Happy 8 months. Love the hat...adorable.


Annmarie Pipa said...

stacking toys.

Devon Riesenberg said...

New follower, visiting from the Life of a Not so Ordinary Wife :) Miles is SO cute! I miss that baby stage---he's in the "golden age" just so bubbly and adorable. We're in Southern California on the from CA :)

Tif said...

OH HOW ADORABLE! Enjoy every little day...before you know it he will be almost mine! LOL! Happy New Follower!

Ramblings of a Southern Belle

Jelli said...

That really is a darling hat! Your little boy is so very cute. (And no, I don't say that about all babies :) Reading through your comments now, because I could also really learn about what a 1 yr-old needs. Can't believe my little girl turns 11 months tomorrow!

lisacng @ said...

What a cute hat! It depends on your 1 yr old but I felt the best were a walking/push toy to help them walk, books so they love to read, and straw cups so they can transition out of bottles. If your family finds these too practical, then toys that light up :) and play music. Kids love music right??

Ley said...

Maybe commenting on two posts in a row is blog stalking...but that little boy is the cutest. The hat! Good lord, the hat.