My little baby bear!
It's been a little cool outside. We've got to cover up those cute little ears!
Just being cute!
This is one of her favorite things....HER FEET!
She's quite a little poser!
We're still practicing tummy time!
She likes scooting backwards instead of forwards! AHHHH!
Standing tall all by herself!
She LOVES books....
not just for reading....but also for eating!
Here's another thing she's been trying to chew on...her TOES!
Ahh...BATH TIME! So relaxing!
Until...you take this duck away. Then, she pitches a royal FIT!
I wonder who she gets her temper from?
But, most of the time. This little girl is sugary sweet!
Cuddling and laughing with Dadda
Yes, I know, I've been a terrible blogger. But, hey, cut me some slack...It's been a busy month as a mommy and a teacher! I feel like October just flew by. I thought I would take a moment to update you on Susannah Grace's sweet little life.
Nighttime-11-12 hours at night
Naps- 2 naps a day-45 min. to 2 hours depending on the day :)
Formula-4 bottles a day 6-8 ounces and sometimes less :)
Solids-Three meals a day
*We aren't crawling yet! I just don't know if she's going to be much of a crawler. She has scooted backwards a little bit, though! Ha!
*However, she is pulling up a little bit and practicing her walking skills holding mommy's hands with a lot of assistance.
*She says "Momma and Dadda" a lot. She's just started mimicking me saying "Bye bye." However, it's not consistent, just when she decides she wants to do it!
*She has started to go through the stranger stage a little bit. She has definitely developed an awareness of who she knows and who she doesn't. When she comes across someone she doesn't know she gets very serious and hardly smiles. There have only been a few times when this anxiety has turned into tears.
Funny things she is doing:
*Her personality has developed quite a bit. She is definitely a child who knows exactly what she wants. Sometimes, it's frustrating for her because Mommy won't let her have it!
*She doesn't love fruit. In fact, sometimes, she will shake her head "No, no, no, no!" at me to let me know she does not want anything to do with it! It is hilarious.
*She is developing more of a strong will to be independent with her feedings. She likes to feed herself. That's why she LOVES Cheerios.
*Instead of clapping with her hands she claps with her feet!