At almost twenty months old.....
her language has exploded - she will fearlessly try to pronounce any word you throw her way and she is starting to speak in short sentences.
she loves to run and jump, to twirl and spin.
her favorite playmates and cuddle buddies are still Angie and Ajax.
she's outgrown all her 2T summer outfits and is working into 3T winter clothes.
we have finally gotten her into a solid sleeping routine which starts around 8:00 and ends with her waking up between 7:00 and 7:30 in the morning.
there isn't much that she won't eat but her favorites include mac and cheese, peas, milk, strawberries and anything she can dip.
her hair has turned a golden brown and those curls are holding on at the bottom of her hair but I am thinking they won't stay much longer.
she is at the top of curve in both height and weight but her little toddler body is still long and lean....just like Momma.
Conquering the big slide at the playground near our house. When it comes to doing physical things, she is absolutely fearless. Climb up the "rock" wall? Check. Go down the big slide on her own? Check. And of course, every park trip has to end with feeding the duck-ducks.
Watching "ball" on television with her own volleyball in her lap. Anytime she sees a ball game (football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, golf) on the television (or in real life for that matter) she points and screeches "BALL! BALL!" She's not really a television-watching kind of kid - we don't watch cartoons or DVDs in our house at this point in time, but put on a game of volleyball or the Olympics this summer and she is mesmerized. The other night at my 7th grade volleyball game every time one of my girls would serve, from across the court I could hear her yell "BALL!" and point as the volleyball was launched over the net. I must admit, this makes my little coaching heart very proud.