She’s turning four months soon. You know what that means…let’s recap what happened when our little Zienne was three months. We started her on her exersaucer. She learned how to maneuver objects so she can pick them up. She learned how to bring things closer and push them away. She learned how to press buttons/tap objects to make noise. She learned how to salivate even more by blowing raspberries. She sticks her hands in her mouth a lot and puts little toys in her mouth to chew on them. She salivates a lot (hence the beginning of us having to make her wear more bibs). She mastered rolling over from her back to her tummy (at 2 months, she mastered rolling from her tummy to her back). What else?? oh! and YAY!!!! We heard her first laugh!!! Check out her videos! Ok, hellokitty, we’re ready for your four months, baby!! Tatay, Mamam, and Monkichi are all on tippytoes for your new tricks.
My baby girl is 3 months. Time feels as if I’ve known her longer but it’s only been about 90 days. She’s such a joy to our family, having such a distinct personality of her own. I think she will be the calmer sister, but still chatty, and sly in her sassiness. She will probably be the one that will outsmart her dad’s mind, as Emma will be the one to break his heart. Note to self, revisit this post in about 20 years. So far, she’s learned to turn over, sleeps throughout the night (with intermittent feeding), baby chats if you talk to her eye to eye, likes to be on her feet rather than her back or her bum, and smiles every morning to greet you. She likes to hold her hands together, stare at her sister, and is even starting to have an interest with the tele. Size-wise, she can comfortably fit her 0-3’s now, which took a little over a month since birth. She’s much bigger than when Emma was her age, and Zi’s a better eater, although she’s not as ravage as her first month, which explains her “deplumping.” Crying at night is a minimum, […]