Time for another bunny picture!
Last month, we took the bunny picture a little late due to Madeline's cold, so it's actually only been three weeks since her last picture instead of four...but I wanted to get back on our regular bunny-picture-taking schedule.
Madeline was having nothing to do with lying her legs down flat during this afternoon's photo shoot. Therefore, it's hard to tell how much she's grown in the last few weeks. Still, she sure does look cute! Don't you think?
As mentioned in yesterday's post, Madeline's been a little bit of a diva this week. The cutest diva on the planet!
This afternoon she was reaching for a toy, so Eric grabbed it and handed it to her. As soon as she got it in her hands, she started crying. She dropped the toy, and Eric put it back on the table figuring she didn't want it after all. Nope, she wanted it. She started reaching for it again, and when she finally got it, she happily chewed on it. She just wanted to get it herself. She didn't want Dadda to get it for her. What a big girl!
She wants to sit up all the time now. She gets fussy if she's left on her back. She'll sit on the floor for long stretches of time, playing with her toys, happy to be able to do things for herself.
Her tongue has been going like mad this week. She's a little lizard baby. Most of today's bunny pictures featured her tongue. And the drool! OH, the drool. Every time I think I know what drool is, she gets more of it the following week. It's been soaking her shirts, soaking my shirts, gushing down her cheeks, dripping from her chin. Yuck. Drool.
AND, big news, her bald spot is finally starting to fill in! It must be all that time sitting up. The baby mullet is gone. She's got a thick layer of red hair all over her head. She's still a little bit thin in the back, but her bald spot has sprouts now. The tulips and crocuses aren't the only things sprouting! Madeline's head tells me it's spring! (Although, apparently, we're supposed to get a big April Fool's Day snow storm?! What's up with that nonsense?!?)
|No more pictures, Mumma! I want to go play!|