Weight and height: 17 pounds and 29" long. She is in the 47th percentile for height and 2nd percentile for weight. She's become a little bit of a picky eater, but still eats pretty well overall. She will eat a lot at one meal and then barely anything at the next, but that's pretty standard for toddlers. For comparison, at 12 months, Princess was 17 pounds, 13 ounces and 29" long and Little Man was 20 pounds and 31 1/4" long. I didn't think I would ever have a baby smaller than Princess, but I was wrong!
Wearing: Size 3 diapers and 6-9 Month clothes. However, her cousin (who is 6 months younger!) is also wearing 6-9 month clothes so I'm going to have to split that size with my sister which will mean shopping for new clothes for Star.
|Star's UNO themed birthday cake|
Likes: Cruising around furniture, "reading" books, LOVES her special owl blanket, splashing in the bathtub (she discovered how much fun that is around 11 months).
Dislikes: When people don't share their food with her. Being bothered by the big kids when she just wants to move around and explore.
|The birthday girl with her cake|
Eating habits: She eats 3 meals and 2 snacks a day. I've never done morning snacks for my kids-once they got on a regular eating schedule, they dropped the mid-morning feeding on their own. Star, however, still gets hungry between breakfast and lunch so I give her a snack to tide her over.
Sleeping habits: My alarm clock goes off at 6:45 and she's adjusted by waking up at 6:30. Ugh. She goes to bed between 6:30 and 7. She dropped her third nap of the day and is down to a morning nap and an afternoon nap. I had to make her bedtime earlier because missing that third nap of the day leaves her exhausted by 6:30.
|Star LOVED her cake!|
Milestones/Accomplishments: She's cruising! She'll let go and stand by herself for a few seconds and I don't think walking is too far away. She finally got her 7th and 8th teeth in. She says "Mama", "Dada", "hi", and "da" for dog. She also says "mmmmm" when she wants food or wants someone to share what they're eating. She signs "more" and "all done."
Miscellaneous: She's definitely a screamer. If she doesn't like something, she lets out an ear-piercing scream that makes your brain rattle inside your head. Thanksfully, she's been doing it a little less lately so I'm hoping that she's outgrowing it.
She knows what "no" means and will listen most of the time when I tell her no.
She makes car noises when she drives a vehicle around the floor. When she picks up a baby doll, she hugs it and rocks it gently while humming.
Here's the 1 year picture lineup. Even though I never got around to writing an 11 month post, I did take a picture and that's included.