• She’s a big girl! At her last Dr.’s appointment she came in in the 95th percentile in height and just above the 50th percentile in weight. She’s not a very big eater. It’s kind of funny though, ’cause it looks like we might have a tall one on our hands. Guess she must have gotten my family’s genes there. 😉
  • She talks NON-STOP. Most of the time it’s still just babbling, but it never stops. She talks to all of her toys in this funny high-pitched voice that she uses just for them. (Sometimes when I put her down for a nap, I’ll hear her in there talking and playing happily for HOURS.) She “reads” all of her books in another funny voice that is reserved just for books. And then she talks to us…a lot! It’s gotten to the point where she’s learning a new word at least every day. Yesterday was “shoes”–she loves the “zzzz” sound at the end of the word, so it’s more like “shooozzzzzzzzz”hen she says it, but it’s still very easy to understand. (She loves playing with them, so it’s really not surprising that she figured out how to say it.) She says “outside” now, and she’s also attempted repeating “I love you,” but she can’t quite manage getting all the sounds in the right places. If Matt or I make any sound at her, she tries to repeat it–it can be very amusing.
  • She still sucks her thumb and rubs her belly button or her ear (depending on which thumb she is sucking) a lot of the time, especially when sleepy. We can no longer put her in onsies and actually fasten the snaps on the bottom, because she has to be able to pull up her shirt to get to her belly button or she gets really mad.
  • She is incredibly destructive–nothing is safe! And the house can’t be kept neat unless she’s out of it. Lately she just wants to get out everything and spread it around, so there isn’t any floor showing through the mess. Maybe it’s her way of getting back at me for removing all the carpet and making the floors slippery.
  • She loves music. And she’s figured out how to turn on the TV and the DVD/CD stereo. She’ll get the music going and just bop all over the living room. (We need to get an entertainment center to get everything out of her reach. )
  • She loves her daddy! One of her favorite times of the day is when Matt gets home from work. She greets him at the door with squeals of delight and just can’t wait till he changes and plays with her. She loves to “wrestle” on the floor–which means basically that she throws herself at him in WWE-style bodyslams over and over again.
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