|Photo by Emily Anderson Photography|
Just for fun, here's Star's birth story.
On to the stats...
Age: 2 years old!
Weight and height: She weighs 21.6 pounds and is 31.75" tall. The nurse forgot to add her meaurements to the growth chart so I'm not exactly sure where she is, but I do know that she's in the 1st percentile for weight. We go back in November for another growth check.
Wearing: Size 3 diapers and 18 month clothes. Her feet had a growth spurt and she skipped size 5 and went straight into size 6 shoes.
Likes: She absolutely LOVES being outside and playing with the big kids. She is very attached to her "Baby" (a doll we got at Goodwill a while back) and her Owl blankets.
Dislikes: Not being included with the big kids, having to share toys.
Eating habits: She eats 3 meals a day and 1-2 snacks. She still eats veggies and fruits, but isn't as much of a fan of them as she was 6 month ago. She loves "too-ties" (aka, cookies). She has typical toddler eating habits-eating a lot one day and hardly anything the next.
Sleeping habits: The night before her birthday, we moved her out of the crib in the boys' room and into the bottom bunk of the bunk bed in the girls' room. We have a railing on the side and it's high enough off the ground (we have a boxspring and mattress on the bed) that she can't climb off. She figured out how to climb up to the top bunk though which drives Princess insane. Star goes to bed at the same time as the older kids (around 8 pm) and is up by 7:30 am. She takes a 1 1/2 hour to 2 hour nap in the afternoon.
She's talking more and more each day and in sentences. Some of my favorite things she says are, "Eah" for horse, "Huh and Mah" for hug and kiss, "Ray" for her blankets, and "Oh no!" said with much chagrin when something goes wrong. She loves to sing and we're pretty sure she's going to be a little performer just like Little Man.
To give you an insight into her personality, here are her three nicknames at the moment:
Turkey, because she's into EVERYTHING all the time. Nothing is safe from her.
Vulture, because if you turn your back on your food for a second, she steals it.
Kamikaze, because the kid has no fear and is constantly jumping off or climbing things, ingesting some non-food item (Poison Control probably thinks I don't feed her) or running into traffic. She gives me gray hairs daily!