Our little Hannah turned 15 months today! She decided she wanted to get the party started early by waking up at 4:45. Let’s just say after our day yesterday, this wake up time did not go over well with mama. Thankfully Dad stepped up and whisked her away and let me sleep. Bless that man.
She had her check up today, too, and came out with a clean bill of health. She weighs in at 18 lb 6 oz (2nd percentile) and is 29.25” long (17th percentile). She’s a petite little thing, but don’t let those numbers fool you—she’s got plenty of rolls on her tiny body.
She learned how to crawl in the past month or so and now can pull herself up and cruise along the furniture. She can walk with assistance and I’m pretty sure she’ll be walking alone pretty soon. Summer started walking around this age, too.
She can say “hi”, “mama”, and tries to say “cheese” and “ball”. She knows signs for “milk”, “more”, and “please”. Those are really the only signs I teach because I’d rather have my kids talk than sign. She knows where her nose is. She loves bath time. Their favorite is when I close the shower curtains and let them just splash and splash and splash. They crack themselves up and I love hearing them giggle hysterically.
Hannah is my sweet, snuggly girl, but living with an older sister has forced her to toughen up her image. She will very loudly know that she is unhappy that you stole her toy and she’s been known to take a swipe or two at her sister. But overall she is a very happy kid and a fabulous addition to our family. We love you, Hannah!!