Thursday, February 17, 2011

9 month Dr appt

Abigail had her 9 month appt last Friday. The doctor said she was growing well and he had no issues! I'm so thankful we have such a healthy little girl. I find that I blame myself alot when she is sick with a little cold but I need to realize that we are very blessed to have such a healthy and happy baby. Anyway here are her stats:
20 lbs 9 oz (75%)
55% in height
55% in head circumference

She's definately a growing girl!


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Story Time

Abigail loves to flip the pages of books, magazines, etc. So when we try to read to her she's too busy trying to flip the pages rather than listening to the story or looking at the pictures. The other night I put her in the rocker in her room and let her "play" with a book. It looked like she was a little toddler reading to herself. She's growing up WAY too fast!


Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Last month the Tigers won their bowl game! I'm just now getting around to posting the pictures of Abigail in her LSU cheerleading outfit. We are patiently waiting for baseball season to start now (sorry, we're not big basketball fans).

Happy Wednesday y'all!


Sunday, February 6, 2011

9 months

Miss Attitude

She's got her second tooth this month.

She can pull up into a standing position on her own and has begun cruising along the furniture.

She's saying mama, baba, dada, and a few other gibberish. She also likes to say Bob alot...we're not sure who Bob is but she must like him!

She's in size 9 month, and some 12 month clothes and size 4 shoe.

She's still wearing size 3 diapers.

She still LOVES bath time. And she likes to stand in the bath tub and hold onto the faucet. I fuss at her every time and she just laughs and stands up again.

She dances to the Mickey Mouse clubhouse song now.

She's still eating well. She doesn't really care for the Gerber 3rd foods. I don't blame her, they look pretty gross too. So she's still eating the 2nd foods and some of our cooked food. She loves feeding herself.

She's starting to understand direction. If we ask her to throw us a ball. She will pick it up and throw it towards us. She's going to be one smart little girl!