She's growing up way too fast. Each day we are getting closer to 1 year and it's making me sad. With the arrival of baby Olivia, it has really brought it into perspective on how fast this time goes. I keep thinking Masie is still so little till I see these new babies around and then I wake up. So here we are at 9 months, still so cute.
She's learned to wave which has been a hoot to watch.
She's been doing passing from one hand to another for while but I finally documented it so I'm sticking it in.
She loves having bare feet so she can play with them.
And she loves this bear (or any soft thing for that matter) she will attack it whenever she gets ahold of it.
Oh and EVERYTHING goes into the mouth (don't worry the I got it away before she ate the tape).
Weight-15 lbs 9 oz.- 3% (ya can you tell she's on the move)
Height-27 1/2 inches-45%
*Crawling everywhere and getting into everything, even more so.
*Pulls herself up to standing on everything and anything but has a hard time being brave enough to sit down so she'll just stand there screaming till someone comes and helps her.
*Not a huge fan of eating- she likes sweet potatoes and cereal with prune juice but the rest is hit and miss. She is more apt to eating people food, but not always.
*Likes to get reactions out of us now which is hysterical especially during family prayer or scripture study. She sits there and squeals and looks at us smiling.
*Loves to waves at everyone.
*Is trying to communicate through sign. When she's done eating she waves her hand like she's saying hello or bye bye.
*Can crawl up the stairs-even though they are blocked off, she loves trying to get up there. She with crawl up to the gate and just stand there shaking it.
*Babbles like there's no tomorrow.
*Still doesn't sleep the best. I attribute it to her still sleeping in our room which will have to be like this till we move or summer when the kids are out of school, whichever comes first.
*Usually a very smiley baby.
*She snores and is constantly hoarse so we took her into the ENT and had her scoped. She looks good but her vocal chords are underdeveloped and they're tilted, that on top of her reflux is what the doctor thinks is causing the hoarseness. The snoring will be watched. We have to go in 1 year to see how things are doing. So we are going back on Prevacid to help with the symptoms (oh joy!)
*As much of a pain this little girl can be, we sure do love her!