Friday, March 25, 2011

15 Months Old

As of the 3rd of March, Ada is 15 months old!
Her check-up showed that she is a tall girl & her head is more proportionate to her body now :)
Height: 32.5 inches - 97th percentile
Weight: 25.6 pounds - 90th percentile
Head circumference: 18.5 inches - 75th percentile
She is such a fun, busy little girl. We had this box from Costco and she loved it.
Who needs fancy toys when you have your Papa to pull you around the house in a box? 
She's always on the go, running, and doing things with such purpose. Everything she does seems to have an important reason. I'm sure those peas needed to be off the shelf for some reason or another...
She is such a little character. She is saying more and more each day! Some of her words include: papa, baba (mama), MA! (her go-to word when she wants something), baby, bird, bowl, bow, hi, wow, eye, uh-oh, ohhh, buh-bye, happy, bink (her pacifier), box, food, side (outside), jew (juice), cheeeee (cheese), yum, num...
She does the signs for more, bath, and pats her head when she wants to go outside. She loves being outside!
Ada makes the funniest faces and then laughs at herself. 
She grabs the hymn book in church, opens it, and starts singing. She runs around with a book in her hand and reads it to herself:
Ada is such a fun little girl. I am so excited to see her with a little sister because she loves babies so much. 
She is getting 6 teeth in right now, and had a fever of 103 yesterday. She had two seizures because of her high temperature. I hope she grows out of these like her doctor says she will...they are so scary for us to watch and deal with. It does help to look at them as a defense mechanism to protect her brain though.
She loves her food, and doesn't turn anything away. 
We love our little boo bear!

1 comment:

Colleen said...

What a character you have on your hands. It's fun to see you enjoying her so much!

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