Sundays with Gage – The difference a year makes

Last May I wrote a post on my munchkin being so short.  At the time he was in the 7th percentile.  Jason’s dad isn’t here but I thought we’d see the difference as year can make…

He had a growth spurt this week and is now just over 32 inches (that’s over half of my 62 inches).  He’s somewhere in the 20-somethings for percentile, but more importantly, I think he’s starting to look more like daddy, don’t cha think?

Can you believe how big he’s getting?!







And I’m adding this one just because I think it’s cute…

Stay cool!

47 thoughts on “Sundays with Gage – The difference a year makes

  1. Kay says:

    Stacy, your boys are both so handsome. This was a good idea and Gage is getting such a “little boy” look to him, instead of his baby face. Thanks for sharing him with us each week. I love this feature!!

  2. Amy says:

    Stacy, Gage has grown so much! I love how you and your husband used the stool for Gage to stand on. I imagine it’s really surprising for you to see the difference in Gage in the photos. He’s adorable playing in the pool…he also has a slightly sly look on his face…uh-oh! Is Gage mischevious at all?

  3. Gage's Grandma says:

    He is becoming a big boy! Great comparison pics. Yes, he is definitely looking a lot like his daddy. His smile is so precious.

  4. Wrighty says:

    I don’t think you are ever going to have to worry again about height for that darling boy! You will be shocked time and time again by the amazing growth spurts he will have in his childhood. It won’t be long before you will be looking UP at him when you tell him to finish his homework and pick up his dirty socks! 😀

    You will be able to treasure those pics forever. You should take one every year to keep comparing them all!

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