Aaron Andrès Seals
Aaron continued to amaze us as he became a toddler. He was very smart (at least we thought so!), and had mastered his Marvin the Martian rocket stacker. He walked and ran, usually faster than us. He had 9 teeth (4 on top, 4 on the bottom, and 1 molar) plus two more teeth on the way. He said "all done" after every meal or task and sometimes after he woke up in the morning. He also pointed out airplanes with a loud "A-da!"
At his 15-month checkup with Dr. Evans, Aaron weighed 22 lbs., 10 oz. and was 32½ inches tall. He still had a big head, but when plotted on a chart, it indicated his head would be the same size as Daddy's (and Uncle Sukosh's and Uncle BJ's). He was a very picky eater but was expanding into chunkier toddler foods. Unfortunately, Aaron was allergic to whole milk proteins, but adapted well to toddler soy formula.
Here's the pictures. There are plenty, because Aaron was busy!
Aaron sitting on the coffee table and watching Blue's Clues.
Big enough to reach the stereo. Here, Mommy, let me turn it on for you!
Aaron in the bathtub with his turtle.
Aaron in the bathtub chewing on Froggie.
At the state fair with Daddy, checking out the tractors.
First pony ride, at the state fair.
Showing off his new bear from 'Ammah.
Sitting with Daddy and Phantom.
Checking out the Speedway Museum during Poppy's visit. Let's race!
Aaron and Poppy (Grandpa Seals).
Pushing his car (his FAVORITE toy) around the house.
Dancing on the coffee table.
Taking a walk with his car.
Picture break during walk.
Lets read a sing-along story!
Asleep with his bear. Ok, ON his bear.
Just chillin' on the couch.
Someday I'll fit into Daddy's shoes!
This web page was last revised on January 1, 2001.