Two months!

E is turning into a little person in her second month, with a much more predictable schedule. Mornings are for stretching and smiling, middays are for seeing the world, eating and snoozing, evenings are for a little fussbucketness and then lots of sleeping. She is most frequently compared to delicious food items by her Dad who says she’s a whole wheat ravioli or smells like a freshly baked pound cake.

Aunt Janet gives E a “Light of Learning” as part of her graduation weekend from Mount Mary.

See E’s May pictures here and her special guest appearance at Aunt Janet’s graduation festivities here.

What’s new for E at two months (we’re going by the 17 date, since it is harder to keep track of the weeks):

  • Stayed with her Grandma Mary for a night so Mom and Dad could have their first night out … dinner for Dad’s birthday.
  • Took her first flight from BWI to Milwaukee to see Aunt Janet graduate from college and meet lots of family.
  • Loved spending time in her bouncy seat, watching the monkey and waterfall lights.
  • If the monkey didn’t have her attention, her pots on the kitchen ceiling surely did.
  • Tracked toys like a hawk, especially the blue elephant — who she sometimes batted and successfully connected with.
  • Still didn’t like getting in the car seat, but usually settled down once she spied her little yellow bird.
  • Got used to some time on her tummy every day and got stronger at lifting her head and looking around.
  • Found her hand and discovered how delicious it was.
  • Slept like a champion baby the first night her Dad left for a two-week work trip — seven hours straight!

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