Our baby girl is already two months old! Time sure flies when you are having fun.
Two month stats:
9 pounds 9 ounces (25%)
22.25 inches (50%)
You really jumped up on the height chart - from the 30th percentile to the 50th! Maybe you will be a tall girl after all. Hopefully you will be taller than your mama. You had to get 3 shots at the doctor's office and I made dad hold you. You squealed and cried and I felt so bad I wanted to cry. I don't like seeing my baby girl in pain or upset.
Here is what I want to remember from your second month:
- You finally really like your playmat. You will bat at the monkey when I lay you down. We go over all the animal names every day.
- You continue to roll from your belly to your back. Even the pediatrician noted how strong you were on your belly.
- You still love tummy time but always want to roll over.
- You are starting to like your swing a little more but not for long periods of time unless you are asleep.
- We started using cloth diapers this month and they are going great. We go through about 7 every day. We still use disposables at night and if we are on the road.
- You are starting to really smile and laugh when talked to. Your dad and I both love trying to get those dimples out of you.
- You like your baby carrier in small doses - usually only with dad. Dad will hold you while he is working in the office.
- You still love going for walks both in the stroller and in mom's arms.
- We started feeding you one bottle every night so dad can have some bonding time. You still love to eat.
- You are such a good sleeper. We can usually count on at least one good 6 hour sleep stretch every night.
- You went on your first big shopping trip with mom, grandma, aunt Marcy and Gavin. We bought new dresses for both of your uncles' weddings.
- You attended your first wedding! Uncle Eric got married and you had the prettiest red dress and matching flower headband. You were such a good girl and everyone loved meeting you.
- You like dancing with mom in the afternoons. We turn on some country music and dance around the family room.
- You still sleep in your rock-and-play sleeper in our bedroom. I love having you close by.
- You are starting to tolerate (maybe even like?) bath time. No more tears makes for a very happy mommy.
To see how much she's changed - check out her one month recap.