This picture was taken after I went to buy a broom and Amelie insisted on carrying it home for me. Brilliant moment.
What can I say about my baby girl this month. Well, firstly she's discovered the stairs in a big way. She loves crawling up them waiting for us to chase her. There's only two stairs don't worry, we're not letting her climb a whole flight unaided.
Other tricks this month include pulling anything over her head and loving it when we pull it off, trying to feed herself with a spoon, wanting whatever we have/are eating/sitting on/doing etc.
Despite some more teething signs she still eats very well, which is a big relief. I feel so proud when she eats something I've lovingly prepared.
Music has started to appeal to her a lot. She stares at the radio like she is mesmerised by the sounds from it and does this adorable (to me obviously) little leg kick/arm wave dance.
We've started to try dropping the dream feed. We now feed her less milk closer to her bedtime. So she sleeps from 10pm until 6.30 ish except the past few days when these buggery teeth have been causing her grief.
No walking alone yet although she's a big fan on pushing her little wooden walker along and waving one arm about regally. Part of me can't wait to see her walking and part of me hopes it isn't until the weather is warmer and she can practice outside. I love being outdoors and as soon as spring's here we're going to be out having lots of little adventures.
And finally books seem to be more appealing. And no longer just for eating. She seems more interested in looking at the pictures and listening to stories. I could be talking about anything though, she's not that discerning.
Today, I think she gave me a cuddle. I'm sure it wasn't but it felt like it so I'm rolling with it. I cannot believe she has been out of me as long as she was in. Even though rocking her to sleep kills my back I love it because it reminds me of when she was a newborn. No, Josie you cannot get broody. Definitely not.