Obviously we figured out what to do with her. We got through her colicky stage, her "I don't wanna sleep at night stage", teething, transitioning to "real" food, crawling, walking and talking. I have to say that with each stage I've been ready to say goodbye to something that makes me crazy and welcome in the next stage.
Her current thing that drives me up a tree is just the sassy mouth. Honestly, I have absolutely no idea wherever she may have inherited it. (what?! me?! shut up!) But yeah, her latest game is to be a parrot. She'll just start and stop at odd times. I think she gets that it's an instant button for me. And she HATES it when we turn it on her. (if you're not familiar with parrot, it's when you repeat everything the other person says)
What I love about her current stage is her independence and love of learning. She's absolutely excited about all things new. She's finally (willing) able to play by herself for a while too. I love that....a lot! Her independence has been interesting too as of late. An example is the fingernail painting here. Just gotta love her ability to do things "all by herself".
I've been bad about scrapbooking lately and have not even really put many words down about what Shorty has been up to. With my poor memory I need to get on this or I will forget! So this week I'll attempt to get some thoughts down as she eeks closer to four years old.
I dedicate this week to Shorty McShort and will try to get some pics of her true baby stage up. We'll see. It's Monday and I'm already tired.
So I'll leave my