When Nathan turned 2 months old I'm pretty sure I wrote in my blog that I couldn't believe that he was already 2 months old. It's just what mom's are supposed to say, right? "Oh, I can't believe how fast the time is going...blah blah blah, PLEASE STAY A BABY FOREVER!" Let me tell you a little secret.....
for me, that was a lie.
The first two months of Nathan's life were the longest of my life. Even longer that my first 2 months in the mission field....and those were loooooongggg.
But when I say I can't believe that Penny is 2 months old, I really really mean it (then again, apparently I am a liar, so you never can tell).
Penny is sweet and chill. Penny lets me get things done while she happily talks to herself in her swing. Sometimes big brother comes and visits her and talks to her for a minute and she gives him the biggest smiles ever. But she always lets me know when I have ignored her for too long and does like a cry talk to let me know it is time to come and pick her up.
I am obsessed with dressing her when we go places. I could just eat her up she's so cute. Having a girl is so fun!
When we are at home she is mostly just in a onesie or a diaper, since it's so hot. And she looks just as cute like that!
Penny is a smiling machine. She is constantly giving us the hugest smiles and is already trying to laugh. She let out the cutest little giggle today.
|The cutest little outfit from Aunt Carrie and Uncle Matthew|
Penny is an angel during the day, but I am still struggling with nightime. She wakes up at LEAST 3 times a night between 1 and 6 and is almost always up for good by 6:00 or 6:30. She nurses quickly and goes right back to sleep when she wakes up throughout the night, but having my sleep interrupted so many times throughout the night is rough. Good thing she is so so cute and sweet I can't be mad! But I can most definitely be very sleepy.
Compared to her 1 month pictures, this month went much better and we got a few super cute shots!
Until this happened at least...
We love our sweet girl and are enjoying watching her grow! Thanks for letting us be your family, sweet sweet girl!