She rolls over to her tummy and then gets mad that she’s on her tummy. She hasn’t yet figured out what to do with her arms to roll back over.
When she takes a bottle, she waves her hands all around the whole time she is eating.
She kicks her legs when she’s really amused or happy. She also does this in the bath, making water go everywhere.
She loves to be held cheek-to-cheek.
Holding blankets and soft books are the only toys she’s shown interest in so far.
When she wakes up in the morning, she wants a bottle immediately. Even before changing her diaper.
She rolls to her side as soon as you lay her down in the crib.
No matter where I lay her down, she ends up laying sideways with her head and feet at the bars of the crib.
She loves to be outside, lay on a blanket on the grass, and feel the wind and look at the sky.
She has started parroting some sounds.
To get her to calm down and fall asleep, I sing Amazing Grace while rocking her and it works every time.
She has only laughed twice. Once when Daddy held her up over the door while Mommy was in the shower and once when my hair fell in her face when I was playing with her on the changing table.