I know. Long overdue. But, I promise I'll make it worth it. I'll even put in video clips.
this, but I am beginning to feel like I need her to move to the next phase. Though, I realize even admitting that makes me feel utterly guilty. And sad. The reality is I'm happy to feed her once in the evening, but more than that is starting to take a physical toll on me. I spend most of the early hours of mornings contorted and twisted, while she sleeps next to me and feeds. It's so I can sleep, sort of.
|It's funny to see this picture because she hardly ever crawls anymore.|
Cally's hair. It's so different from the other two. It's very straight. And very fair. She's our little blondie. Apparently, Joey's hair was this light too when he was a bubba. Lately, Cals has been wearing her hair in a ponytail on the top of her head, you know, like a tree. Ella used to wear her hair this way at the same age. The difference is that Ella's hair was curly. Cally's is stick straight. So her hair stands up tall in her ponytail. A little like an imperial helmet with the horsehair jutting out the top. It's adorable. And, her skin is also like porcelain. We have to slather this little one in sunscreen. She got a tiny bit of color two weekends ago, but is still shades lighter than her siblings.
And these feet. The ones from the ultrasound picture. I love these little feet. Now that she's walking, her clammy little feet pick up every bit of lint and every tiny crumb on our floor.
So, that pretty much catches you up. Though, as fast as she is developing, this post will be outdated by the end of the week. I keep reminding myself that I need to get on here and write more about it because it's all whizzing by so quickly, and I want to remember it all.
Check back for a video later. I'll post one as soon as I can catch her and get her to stay still with me long enough to show some of her tricks...without grabbing my camera.