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7 Months

This month seemed to have flown by just as quickly as all the others. It's crazy to think she has been part of our family for seven months already.

We have had our first real battle (and are still battling) with a never ending cold. She has been a trooper though - although I wish that we could do more to help her.
Here's what is new (things have moved very quickly this month):
  • She is up on all fours. She seems to be taking after her cousin Clara, where she can crawl backwards but not yet forwards - which can be very frustrating as the toy she is trying to get to seems to just keep getting farther and farther away.
  • After she learned to get up on all fours, she very quickly learned to go from all fours to sitting.
  • We have yet to find any real foods that she will turn down, although green beans appears to be her favorite so far. When feeding her green beans she will lean forward VERY far and open her mouth as wide as can be just to get the next bite. We can't seem to get it to her fast enough.
  • She will be your best friend if you take her outside
  • She is in the process of learning how to clap (she can do it if she has two toys in her hands) and wave (as of right now she waves to herself at very random times)
  • Still lights up at singing. Her favorites include Mr. Moon, Pat a Cake, 5 Green and Speckled Frogs, and Shake My Sillies Out
  • She now has started sleeping on her side and stomach

Her first step to sitting herself up
Starting to clap

She backed herself up to her toy shelf, then sat herself up and started pulling toys and books off the shelf


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