Luckily for us, she was eating solids well before I had to go back to work, so she has plenty of sustenance while I'm gone. This month she has started eating more table foods and prepared foods. She likes French toast and muffins quite well. She's not in love with yogurt, but she will eat it.
At the beginning of this month she started creeping around- we call it the "Marine crawl." She crawls all over the room, chases toys and people and checks everything out. If she hears our voices in the other room, she will crawl right to us. Sometime this month she also became an expert at sitting up on her own. She can sit up and play with toys for an extended time before rolling over and crawling away to do something else. She loves to sit next to Ryder's bucket of Legos and pull them out one by one!
She is very much in the grabbing phase and constantly has a handful of my hair to yank on! I try to keep it out of the way, but she always seems to find it. She's good at getting Ryder's too; he thinks it's funny and puts his head right next to her hand. She's also a bouncing machine. When you sing to her, or music is playing, or if you start bouncing her, she starts bouncing as hard as she can.
The first few weeks back to school haven't been the easiest for our sleep routine either- she still has been waking up 2-4 times per night! That makes for a very long day at work. She has been going to bed much earlier now though; we have been managing to get her into bed before Ryder the past couple of weeks. She is starting to go to bed awake and fall asleep on her own as well as putting herself back to sleep occasionally overnight. Hopefully she'll continue to get better at that and begin sleeping through the night on a more regular basis soon.
Sitting up like a champ
Trying so hard to eat that block!
Hey, where are you going? This is a photo shoot!
What a face!