Alright, I wish I would've started this sooner but I'm going to try a monthly update of little Anna's growth and happenings that month. I enjoyed keeping the weekly journal of my pregnancy and know I'll enjoy looking back on it when and if we decide to have another baby to compare so here goes...about a week late...Anna's 3 month happenings.
On Monday 11/22 at her 3 month check-up she weighed 9 pounds 11 ounces. Up from 8 pounds 6 ounces since Tuesday 11/2! Seriously! The first four weeks of her little life we begged her to eat but now, it's every 3 hours on the dot! :)
She was 21 and something inches at her 11/2 check up and her head was...I forgot. :) But, she's still really little for a 3 month old but she is catching up fast!She loves her baby lounger/bouncer but hates the swing. She loves her lounger because it has vibration button. She will sleep so soundly and once that thing goes off, every 30 minutes because I have set timers during her nap time, she wakes right up and starts to squirm. She loves to be bounced and jiggled.
I went back to work this month on the 4th and she started daycare. Broke my heart to leave her but they love her and say she's a good little girl, never fusses (unless she's hungry)
Such a good little sleeper. She has been sleeping between 5 and 7 hours every night since she was about 6 or 7 weeks. She takes a bottle around 7, wakes up or we wake her up around 10 or 10:30 and she sleeps until 5:30 or 6 am. So nice.
She enjoyed her first Thanksgiving this past Thursday. Loved seeing the family. :)
She started to smile this month and it melts our hearts. When she sees us coming she grins from ear to ear. When you talk to her she is starting to talk back. Sometimes she will talk for a good 10 minutes. Just cooing and squealing. It's precious music to my ears.
She loves, loves, loves the car. Is such a good little rider and I pray it stays that way.
She started taking 5 ounces just recently...growing girl!
She sat in her Bumbo chair for the first time...still bobbly headed but she enjoyed her time