Your 4 month letter is a day late. We have spent the last month watching you face scoot, trying to find a day care, and putting your hair in pony tails.
You do this combination of pushing with your legs, pulling with your arms (while one hand is in your mouth), and mushing your face into the ground. It results in you moving – albeit inefficiently. You’ve gone all the way across the big bed, all around your play mat, and the length of your blanket.
This month you also started grabbing things and putting them in your mouth. You also love blanket rides around the kitchen. You’re a chatty little girl when you’re happy or sad. And you even occasionally wake up happy these days.
You sleep on your belly and poop on your jammies almost every night. You burp loudly like your aunts and fart like an adult.
We can’t believe how much we love you. You’re our favorite girl and we can’t picture life before or without you.
Right now you’re sleeping snuggled on my shoulder and I couldn’t be happier or more thankful.