|Picture taken in Feb.|
Picture taken in April
|Look how tiny she looked in the baby seat then...|
|and how she looks now!|
Plus, look at all her hair! I can't get over how long it has gotten. We are having fun with the bows and pigtails. And that smile...it's on her face all day long! She has become the happiest, sweetest little girl.
But, here's the part that warms this mama's heart to boiling...she isn't like that for every one. Just us! AND, while she'll still go into anyone's arms, if she sees me she starts trying to get to me!
She's developed an opinion. She will let you know if she likes something or not. And it's very, very clear. My mother-in-law asked if I was sure I didn't give birth to her. I guess Alice and I have a lot in common.
We are working with a speech therapist on feeding issues. This therapist happens to LOVE Alice because a)this girl is lovable and b)she's Alice's aunt! Alice still will not eat anything with texture. She will gobble down purees but not much beyond that. Gobble down a tablespoon during a feeding, that is. She's still not a huge eater, but we have made some major steps.
|Laura, aunt, speech therapist, and an Alice fan.|
We are so in love with this little one. But, lest you think life has been all roses, having a new baby and expecting a new baby has been tough. Trying to keep up with all the appointments and not having a brain cell in my head or the energy to get out of the house has been difficult.
But, I've hit the beloved 2nd trimester and I think I see the light at the end of the tunnel...I'm only nauseous until noon instead of all day. I am able to stay awake until 9 pm, instead of 7. We were able to hear the little one's heartbeat yesterday. That is just about the sweetest sound on earth, next to a child's giggle of course.
And Miss Alice has been giving us more and more of those every day.