FantasyFutballGuru13 wrote: joejlitz wrote: The Lung wrote:
Sitting at home with my now 6-month old son on my lap, with him wearing his Polamalu onesie and holding onto a Terrible Towel, while watching his first Steeler game.
Life just doesn't get any better than this.
I hope his first words are "Go Eagles!"
My dad just sent my 12-month old an Eagles onesie, so it's gonna be great on my end, too!
Alright guys, I'm not criticizing or anything like that, I'm merely curious because I here people say it all the time (not sure how you could consider it criticizing, but anyhow), but why on god's green earth don't you say 1-year old instead of 12-month old?
LOL. Too funny. It's usually the women that do it. I typically will say, "my boy just turned one" while my wife will make sure to let everyone know that he turned 13 or 14 months (he did just turn one, but that is an example).
I thought about it right after I typed it and I laughed at myself. I did it because I had just looked at the onesie and the tag says 12 months on it. That's how clothes are for kids. 6-12 months. 12-18 months, etc.
But Lung is right - kids make so many advancements from month to month that there is a big difference between 12 months and 14 months.