Well, today is Miss C's two month day. For her gift, she got to go to the doctor's and get her immunizations. But first, let's talk about her accomplishments thus far.
* Miss C is strong enough to go facing out in her baby bjorn. We water the lawn together in the evenings, when its not so hot, and Miss C really enjoying being out there in her baby bjorn. We have decided that when we go out somewhere now we will be sure to take it so she doesn't get cooped up in a stroller as much.
* Miss C is sleeping longer, regularly. She goes to bed consistently between 830 and 900 every night and wakes between 130 and 230 every morning. We are hoping the 230 is more regular than the 130. She goes back to sleep right afterwards and wakes up again around 430 or 5. Again, time dependent. I think if she wasn't breastfeeding, she would already sleep through the night, but that's another topic all together! I am also learning that she might decide to move her bedtime up earlier like she did last night (8 o'clock!).
* Miss C is learning how to grasp things. We play together a lot and she is starting to figure out how to hold onto rattles and other toys. She recognizes different patterns and likes to make her toys make noise, like a rattle or toy on her gym that rattles when she hits it.
* Miss C likes the "kid in the mirror." I thought she wasn't too into mirrors since she tends to turn away from ours in the bathroom but I think that's just her. There is a small, kidsafe mirror on her gym and she "talks" to the "kid in the mirror" pretty often.
* Miss C while being able to take a pacifier, doesn't require one to sleep. I know this may not sound like an accomplishment, but I was concerned that she would "have to have" the pacifier to sleep. Not the case.
That's pretty much it. She is now 13lbs 3 oz and 24 1/2 inches (go figure, she's going to be a tall one!) and the doctor says she is doing terrific (who thought otherwise, right?).
Thanks for sharing this special day with us. We might not blog for a few days since Alphagal, E-baby and DOM are visiting. Look forward to tons more photos after they depart.