Read The Goblin Emperor, which I highly recommend! OMG... more like this!
Also, Pen Pal by Francesca Forrest.
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I think at two months she wasn’t even really holding her head up much. She’s got to be quite strong since:
She’s been rolling back-to-belly for five weeks maybe? For several weeks we’ve been trying to watch her do it, but when I assigned my parents to this all-important job, my mother kept getting impatient and helping her. Finally Andrew came back from the US and assigned himself Chief Roll Watcher.
I’ve also seen her go belly-to-back but she likes that even less. Who wants to roll over involuntarily? Not her.
Still hard to believe she could easily be walking by the end of the year.
She’s big on sucking her hands — she’s very loud about it, so we usually know — and has also got her feet to her mouth. I thought this was young for learning about feet, but maybe not.
I swear the other day she tried to use her hands for a purpose, specifically, undressing me so she could nurse.
She’s still big, although I don’t know how big. We’ve ordered in a car seat for her, as she’s about to outgrow the capsule.
Lots of “ooo! aah!” and “nnn-geh?” and similar. Lots of laughing. Mostly at either our fake laughs, or us beeping her nose. She’s ticklish. I was surprised to find that. V is very ticklish, but it didn’t start until he was older.
Still waiting for the other shoe to drop. Well, she now regularly wakes twice a night again, but I will take that while she continues to go to sleep without an adult in the room, and re-settle herself after about 99% of all night feedings.
Three whole days of childcare and she then had to take the fourth day off due to getting something pukey. Gosh I hope we’re not in for a repeat of mid- and late-2010. She’s recovered now, it was a bit of a worry for 18 hours or so while she really didn’t seem to be keeping anything down, although it didn’t much bother her.