Thursday, May 20, 2010

One year ago!

my Maggie-moo was born.

Maggie has amazed me from day one!
*She has been walking for a month now. She could have done it before then but true to her stubbornness she refused.
*She has been on whole milk for a month and loves it.
*She will drink from a bottle or a sippy cup. It doesn't make a difference as long as she is getting it.
*She LOVES to eat. I have said it many times that it is fun to feed her. With Gabe from day one we have had to make him eat but Maggie I have to stop her from eating. LOL
*She sleeps through the night most nights. From 8 till 6:30. She still might have a night a week the she gets up.
*She has daddy around her finger. Jake can't even put her to bed because she knows daddy can;t do it. She just looks at him and starts laughing. Its funny to think about it but is might become a problem soon.
*She takes a 1 1/2 hour nap every morning at 9:30 and a 2 hour nap every afternoon at 2:00 and if I get busy at work and forget her nap she quickly lets me know. She even brought me her blanket today.
*She loves her blue blanket.
*She loves to give kisses to everything.
*She can say mama and book and point out the light and a clock.
*She wrestles with her brother and loves every second of it.
*She loves cats.
*She can't make it through a church service.
and last
*She has a temper!!!!! She screams all the time! It could be a happy scream or a I'm not getting my way scream. She has even started putting her face in the floor when I get on to her. This is new to me. I don't think Gabe ever acted like this so I am having to learn how to discipline her already a one. LOL She is going to be a handful.

*Revised* I took Maggie to the doctor on May 25 and she weighed 20 lbs. and was 30 ins. tall. The funny thing was the the doctor offered me some discipline ideas for her. She just knew by the way she was acting that I needed them. When she was leaving the room she wished me luck with her. LOL

She is the most beautiful little girl I have ever seen and I can't wait to watch her grow.