Things around here are getting a little easier. We have been getting out and about lately, mainly because being in this house all the time drives. me. crazy. I have to give props to stay-at-home-moms, I couldn't do it seven days a week for an indefinite period of time. Whew!
Colbi watched her first official cartoon Sunday morning. Daddy picked the movie, Puss and Boots.
Dave and Colbi had some quality time last weekend while I did hair. He must have tired her out because when I got home, she fell asleep while Dave was burping her. Pretty funny.
And I wasn't sure if I had mentioned that my mom made Colbi's one month outfit we had her pictures taken in, she's so talented.
We've been throwing a bit more fits lately and been fussy, especially at night time before bed. I don't what it is, at about 7ish, this girl changes into a completely different baby. Once we get her calm, she is ok and is usually in bed between 9-10pm. Have I mentioned that she absolutely, positively, without a doubt, HATES bath time. I mean, kick and scream at the top of her lungs the entire time hate it. If anyone has any pointers, I'm all ears. Last night I tried feeding her first instead of after and she didn't cry for the first few minutes (I secretly think she had a delayed reaction to what was actually happening).
She is "talking" more and more everyday. I took her last week to get a shot and she had gained one full pound! I'm guessing she is well over ten pounds by now. She's in 0-3 month clothes, size 1 diapers, and is eating about 4-5oz for feedings. We are working on the transition to naps in her crib because since she LOVES to be sitting up right, we have been challenged with laying flat in the crib for naps. Oy vay. I pray for lots of patience while doing this because my daughter is one strong willed, know-what-she-wants type of gal.