Baby girl is 16 months old today. I looked back and didn't post at 15 months. Oops. Well, let's see what you have been up to the past few months.
You are 24 pounds and 15 ounces and 33 inches long. You wear a size 18 to 24 months or a straight 24 months. Your shoe size is 4 to 4.5 depending on what store the shoes are purchased. And you most definitely need your shoes since you are walking!! Over the past week I will catch you walking more than crawling. You practice by doing laps around the island in the kitchen. Sometimes your body moves faster than your feet and you do a little giddy up to catch up. So cute.
Talking, talking, talking! You have so many words now. "Go!" is one that you use frequently. I love that I can tell you time to go and you will get up from whatever you are doing and shout "Go!" and walk or crawl to the door out to the garage. You are trying so hard to say Hayley and Luke. You love them so much. When we go to pick Hayley up from school, you spot her out on the curb and start to shout, squeal and kick your little legs. In the afternoon when you get up from nap, you always point to the door and listen carefully for Luke's voice. You have started to call him Bubba since L's are a little hard to say.
You are so curious and love to see how things work. How does it open/close? What happens when I push/ pull? I love to watch you figure things out. Books are still one of your favorite things. You have just started finding your favorites, and bringing them to me to read. You crawl up in my lap and snuggle up for a good read. I LOVE it.
You have 8 teeth and there are 6 on the verge of coming in. We have had many rough nights due to teeth, and everyone will be so happy once they have broken through and are no longer bothering you.
In these pictures, you were busy making a little "hiding" spot in between the stools. Lovely rearranging job I might add......
A before shot of the stools.
Growing so much and we are loving every minute of it. You make our little family complete and we fall in love with you more and more each day.