We’re living in fear over here. Fear of the baby getting all of her molars. Because they. really. hurt. Last week might have been the worst week. There was one night I didn’t get more than 3 hours of sleep because of all of the screaming. There is no amount of pain reliever that was going to touch the pain, and eventually we had to let her scream it out. (Interestingly enough, her brother slept through it all. Lucky kid.)
In better news, she’s pulling up more! She’s most comfortable pulling up in the bathtub (you know, the most dangerous place to stand in our house), but she’s getting brave and ready to see the world from a different level.
She gets giddy when she sees dogs up close. Chloe, for the most part, avoids her. The baby likes to grab and pull skin – not just fur. So we’re extra cautious around animals.
She really loves being outside. I have been taking her on more walks and we’re all benefiting from the exercise.
She says several words: Hi, bye, uh oh, yay, mom, da da, owl, who (like an owl), woof, and her name.
She still loves to eat. Her favorite foods vary. She’s a big fan of fruits – strawberries, bananas, watermelon. She loves riced cauliflower and veggie tots. She has eaten almost an entire slice of pizza in one sitting and seriously loves her pureed foods. Cheese is also something she’s a fan of.
How cute are her sunglasses? She wears them about two seconds before she tears them off, but she still is cute.
She wears size 12 months in clothes, a size 2 diaper and size 3 shoe. (She also hates shoes.) She sleeps fairly regularly through the night, going to bed around 7pm and waking between 6 and 7am. Occasionally we have the screaming fits in the middle of the night that can literally last for hours. It’s lovely
But we love her, and wouldn’t trade her for the world! 🙂