These photo sessions are getting a bit more difficult. Before I could get the first shot, she had a letter in hand. (Don’t mind the diaper that’s a little too big… ran out of our normal kind.)
Then Mommy took it away in an attempt to get a pretty shot. Yeah, that worked well.
So I gave up and let her go at them.
Highlights this month: She’s finally cruising. It seems she took a little break in her speedy development between pulling to stand and cruising. That’s ok with me, but now she’s on the move again. Several people are betting she’ll walk in the next 6 weeks… I’m not sure, but it wouldn’t surprise me. She loves to walk with two hands held, but she’s hesitant with just one.
She’s enjoying feeding herself, prefers it BY FAR to being fed with a spoon. She likes all kinds of veggies, bananas and apples, multigrain fruit bars, all kinds of crackers, breads, puffs and cereals. But as for *real* food, we’re struggling because we’re real-food challenged around here. We need to fix food she can eat, but that’s going to be a big change. It’s a process to eat less processed foods.
The uppers are through, one more than the other, and the 6th tooth is just finishing cutting through. How painful must teething be?!?
In the last couple days she’s decided she wants to clap, so that’s fun. At first I thought she was trying to sign more, but it’s evolved into a flat-handed clap, so we just chime in with “YAY!” whenever she starts a’clappin’. Here’s a few seconds of her showing her new skill, though a little dark.