I can’t believe that in just a month she’ll have been with us a whole year. That both seems far too long and far too short. It seems like it was just yesterday that I held her for the first time in the hospital and it seems like she’s always been with us.
In the past week she’s grown so much more confident in walking. Now she easily crosses five or six feet between pieces of furniture. And she’s so proud of herself.
She’s started making this really cute “yummy, yummy” or “nummy, nummy” sound when I pull out the dropper with the Tylenol. She also makes it when I get a banana for her and with other favorite foods as well.
She’s started to push the ball toward me when I roll it to her. And she will put the letter and number blocks into their box. This is the first time she’s put stuff in rather than take it out.
The last few nights she slept right through with no disturbances. And Sunday and Monday morning she slept in past six.
She’s having so much fun with my mom. I’m really glad we have the chance to have her here for a nice long visit.