She play's at the mall with her cousins:
She and her mommy play with her aunts:
She drinks out of her sippy cup:
She sometimes dresses as a baby rapper:
She cuddles with "Mr. Moose":
She thinks it's silly to play with her old stuff:
She plays dress up with mommy's clothes:
She gets presents from her grandma's- These ones are for easter from gramma Faber and gramma Lila. The little ball lights up and she figured out real quick how to hit it to make it light up. She still likes to hit it and make it bounce. The ducky stuffed animal she also loves and cuddles with all the time. Unfortunately I had to eat most of the candy in her box for her.
She also got a pretty easter dress, courtesy of gramma Faber. She looked so pretty easter Sunday! She even got to help us look for some easter eggs. I think she'll enjoy that a lot more next year though.
She loves to play in laundry baskets:
And she's just plain cute. I sure love her! Some other things about her: she walks all over the place, but once I helped her down the stairs by lifting her and now she is scared to step down them herself with just holding my hand. Apparently she walks just like Todd used to- always with both her hands up in the air or straight out in front of her. Describing it she sounds like Frankenstein... but she doesn't actually look like that! She still loves to play with cell phones and get into the dishwasher. She is getting better at talking to us with her hands. She can say outside, more, eat, milk, banana, apple, finished, shoes, and please, plus she folds her arms when we say prayer, then again right when we say amen. (smart kid has figured out the adults have their eyes closed in between). She actually says ball really well, and says dad really well too. She used to say mama, but for some reason she is shy about it now. I just love it when she is playing with a ball and just says "ball, ball" over and over. She even enunciates the L.
She also has a molar! And her hair is crazy out of control. I'm not sure if there is really anything I can do to it to look cute, but I am afraid to trim it and make it worse. I guess I should make a decision soon. Really all we can get her to eat consistently are bananas, pizza, pasta, PB&J, and her baby oatmeal. Then sometimes she also drinks her milk. Depending on her mood she will take a few sips or chug the whole sippy cup. She also loves sweets (ice cream, cake, frosting, chocolate). She somehow already knows what's inside a candy wrapper and wants to eat it. Don't worry, we really don't give her treats very often. She's getting to be her own cute little person. I love her!