Man, oh man I have no idea how we go here but here we are, today Miss. Chloe is ONE. When I say I feel like I just had her it is no joke, I remember the week before I had her like it was last week.
- Getting into trouble
- Anything that is Avery’s
- Her walker
- Being told no. End of the world.
We had a tough couple of weeks, not sure if it was her teeth or she was testing us but our great eater did not want anything – thank goodness for food pouches! But she is back to normal now. She eats anything, some favourites are: blueberries, peanut butter sandwiches, Cheerios, smoothies, and bananas.
We have transitioned to lactaid milk and she is doing great on it! I am still hopefully she will be able to tolerate lactose in the future. But for now she still pukes, and it is almost instantly now 🙁
No big change here. She goes to bed at 7:30pm, sleeps until 6:30-7:00am. She naps twice a day still, one mid morning and once after lunch.
- Stands unassisted
- Took first unassisted step
- Goes down stairs on her own
- Says “thank you” or something that resembles it 😉
- Points at what she wants – which means she points all day long!
To celebrate we did a donut smash with Chloe for her first birthday photos. This was the BEST 15 minutes of her life! She was in heaven and it was so fun to watch!
You better bet she ate almost two donuts with her cheeks stuffed full the entire time:
I am so excited to see what the future brings with Chloe, she is a total goof mixed with a little trouble and she knows it. Chad and I say that our kids are opposites, Avery looks like him but has my personality and Chloe looks like me and acts like Chad 😉 I cannot say I will miss the baby stage a ton, as much as toddler-hood brings it owns challenges I actually really love it, and well, I also love my sleep 😉