Too Cute Tuesday: Leo's First Summer | Adoptions of Wisconsin

Too Cute Tuesday: Leo’s First Summer

This summer has been busy for AOW and it’s been that way for baby Leo, too! As August winds down, we want to share a little about Leo’s first summer with his moms for our Too Cute Tuesday feature.

summer Leo

Leo was born on February 5, 2017 and spent some time in NICU at the hospital after delivery. His adoptive moms were at his side since birth, even staying in an unfamiliar city hours away from home to be with him. Over the months, Leo has gained strength, developed age appropriately and has met every milestone. Leo and his family completed the six months of post placement visits with AOW and his adoption was finalized on July 14, 2017. Follow the link to see our past Happy Adoption Day, Leo post!

Leo has been keeping his moms busy over the past few months of his first summer. He visited the family lake house and spent time there hiking, swimming, boating and fishing. He has had several “firsts” throughout the summer, and his adoptive moms can not believe how fast the time is going! Leo experienced his first parade, ate his first avocado and enjoyed being in a swing for the first time. He even had his first plane ride to the northeast this past July! He flew with his moms to meet over fifty of his extended family members in one whirlwind week. Some of his favorite things to do are giggling, eating peas, hearing his moms sing “Wheels on the Bus”, reading books, playing outside and watching his three cats play.

Leo’s moms are so excited for his future. When we asked for an update on Leo, they said, “He’s growing so fast, rolling over and even sitting on his own! He is an exceptionally happy little guy who is always smiling, hardly ever complains and loves interacting with people. We couldn’t be happier and are so grateful to his birth mom for bringing us together.”

 

Check out Too Cute Tuesday: Devin from last week’s feature!

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