Sundays with Gage – What’s This Stuff?

After Gage’s health scare we decided to wait an extra few weeks before introducing solids.  And by solids I mean a tiny bit of rice cereal mixed with quite a bit of formula.  There is still the possibility of a metabolic problem so we have to be extra careful when introducing new stuff.  Thought I’d share some of the fun…

I’m not sure if he actually swallowed any, but we’ll try again tomorrow. 

I feel as though I need to acknowledge my Buckeyes loss on Friday night.  There.  I’ve acknowledged it, let’s move on.  That in addition to all the stuff coming out about our football coach has not made this the happiest week for Ohio State fans.  But on the plus side, Gage has recovered and is ready for next season.

36 thoughts on “Sundays with Gage – What’s This Stuff?

    • stacybuckeye says:

      Oh, don’t tempt me! I’ve promised Gage that Sundays with Gage will be discontinued when he is a year old 🙂

  1. Amy says:

    Gage is such a beautiful baby & adorable to boot (I can’t help saying so whenever I see his picture!)
    You guys are great parents and smart to take this slowly. Besides they grow up so fast!

    I’m sure it’ll go well. Good luck!

  2. Staci says:

    I’m upset that the Buckeyes lost…we needed a Big 10 school in the finals this year!!!

    My boys loved the rice cereal added to their milk!! I want to squeeze him and just kiss his cheeks!! I miss holding a baby…sometimes 😀

    • stacybuckeye says:

      Apparently Kentucky is better than most people thought. Anytime you’re in the Cleveland area I hope you’ll come by and kiss his sweet cheeks 🙂

  3. Julie says:

    Look at those chubby cheeks and arms. I love that on babies. Before you know it, he’ll be eating more of those solids. That’s when the poops become fun. 🙂

  4. Bumbles says:

    That’s a sweet family photo of love there with Daddy’s hand and baby’s fingers and the wedding ring hinting at mom behind the camera. But it also made me laugh – Gage’s expression cracked me up.

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