My sweet baby girl is growing up right before our eyes. It seems like just yesterday I was complaining about being pregnant, and now she will be one in just two months!
She is such an amazing little girl! She is so funny and so full of personality. She has silly faces and is learning so many noises. She now says Go! and has learned to shake her head no. I'll admit, it was a lot cuter at first. Especially since she actually knows what it means. She can still only take a couple steps on her own, so no walking yet. She is a champ at cruising though. She loves to dance at any chance. She "sings" when the music comes on in the car. She has 8 teeth now with probably 4 more breaking through. I swear I saw some molars in the back but I'm pretty sure it is too soon for that. Isn't it?
She is no longer in the 99th percentile, but the 91st percentile for her weight. That is still pretty big. She is tall though, coming it at 29 inches! I'm hoping she won't be cursed with my height. I don't think my oldest daughter will be, but we'll see.
Baby E is definitely a Momma's girl. She wants me ALL the time and has a new found "Stranger Danger". She has grown to want Daddy more but still favors me. That is perfectly fine with me as I know I will miss these days. I just adore her. She is SUCH a good baby. She plays so well by herself and eats like a champ. She is on a sippy cup and we will hopefully soon be completely off of the bottle. She sleeps almost every night between 10-12 hours. She takes one to two naps a day and is zonked out pretty good when she sleeps. We have her almost completely off of her pacifier. Yesterday she went over 24 hours without. She was fussy this morning before our run and I gave it to her. I really wish I hadn't. This is probably more of a "breaking mommy from the convenience of the pacifier thing.
Baby girl, like our other kids, has totally blessed us. I know now that our lives are complete. I look forward to watching all four of our kids grow in love. What an amazing experience!
Thank you for reading and sharing in my experience!