|More beautiful every day|
Oh my you are becoming a very picky eater. I’ll put the spoon to your mouth and you’ll promptly tighten your lips and turn your head. Forget vegetables, you pretty much only eat meat and fruit. We do best with basic finger foods. Pretty much the only thing you’ll let me feed you is yogurt, you love it.
|Your favorite breakfast. Toddler cereal bar and clementines|
Cute things – In the mornings I’ll let you play and little and wake up in your crib. When you are ready to get out you yell “momMEEE.” So cute! You’ll also take a big gulp from your sippy cup and then follow by saying “ahhh” like it's a really refreshing drink. If you have something you shouldn't, or if you don't want to take a nap, you think you are safe if you run and hide behind the recliner! You also think it's funny to put blankets and buckets over your head while walking around. Oh, and you can walk around backwards like a pro.
|We have not succeeded in keeping you from touching the tv|
You are still a great sleeper, always ready for bed at 7pm. Sometimes you’ll yell out in your sleep but about 95% of the time we don’t have to go into your room. You are up between 6:30am-7:30am.
A new tooth popped through this month for a total of 9. Thats 5 in the front and 4 in the back.
I recently noticed the front of your clothes were wet a lot and I kept thinking your sippy cups were leaking. Turns out, you like to fill your mouth full and then spit it out so it drips down your mouth and all over your shirt. Yeah, so now we monitor the sippy cup use.
|The double block stack|
You’ve started the “limp drop move.” This is where you go limp if you get mad. Say you are mad your toy isn’t doing what you want, you go limp and fall to the ground and pout! Same thing if we take something away you shouldn't have. I’ll admit, sometimes dad and I look at each other and giggle. Much to my dislike, You like to climb on the couch and run from one end of the other, stand, and jump. It freaks me out!
Some new words this month are shoes, Emme (best friend from daycare), and a few numbers. I don’t think you understand what counting means yet but if I say, “ooone” you’ll follow with “twooo" and even "thwee." You also say, "Uh Oh" ALL the time! We are also working hard to get your to recognize your body parts. Every now and then you’ll remember your nose and belly, but it’s not consistent yet. You'll also cover your eyes and play peek-a-boo.
|Until next month!|