She's 31.75 inches tall, and 25.5 pounds. She's says the following words with some regularity: Dada, James, milk, no, yes, stuck, up (to be picked up), go!, book, ball.... Mama (infrequently). She will repeat a lot more words than that. (I've heard her repeat the words shoes, jump, and many others.)
Miranda and James at the Drive-In
She doesn't like being left out of anything no matter what. For example, she really wants to play soccer. She thinks it's a bunch of bs that she goes every Saturday to see James play with a bunch of other kids and she can't join in.
She loves coloring but she eats the markers. I found that the crayons are safer.
We gave her corn but she said, NO she needed the whole cob.
She spends a large chunk of everyday pretending to read books. Usually children's book, but she has been known to flip through books stolen from our bookshelves. Or just pull off a bunch of them and put them on the floor.
She puts a blanket on her head and pretends to be a ghost. I watch while trying to prevent her from crashing into the fireplace.
She's trying to jump, or possibly just give me a heart attack. Because she can't get into the air from the floor, she has resorted to jumping off furniture.
She can stack blocks! (Not sure when this skill developed, since I only gave her blocks recently.)
Wearing my shoes well.
I'm gonna drive my car yeah... and the wheel turns fast, and the lights go flash.
She still wants to be held almost constantly. She will snuggle me, kiss me, then suddenly bite my face. When she sees that it hurt me she laughs.
Enjoying the music the elephant plays.
She makes this face ALL THE TIME.
Miranda has also been in Mommy n' Me Classes since September! Post on that soon.