Thursday, January 1, 2015

Lucy at 15 Months

15 months on December 29, 2014
Our sweet girl is just as curious and active as ever!  Lucy's been obsessed with our Christmas tree and my parents' Christmas tree the past month and loves all the lights.  She's going to be really sad in a week or so once they're taken down. We did a bunch of driving for the holidays as well as visiting with a lot of family that we don't see all the time and she was so good.  She hardly ever fusses in the car (thank god!) and will either nap, look at her books, or stare out the window.  She's very social and at all of Todd's family parties last week, she would walk up to everyone and smile and wave.  I was a little nervous she'd cry if we weren't in the same room as her but I think she was so busy making new friends, she didn't even notice where we were.

She didn't get any new teeth this month but I'm thinking her top two next to her front teeth will be coming in soon because I can see them right under the gums.  She isn't saying a lot still (or really at all) but babbles constantly and knows what we're saying when we ask her to get something or do something.  I recorded Frosty the Snowman for her to watch a couple weeks ago and ever since she watched it that one time, she'll go get her Frosty book that plays music, point to the TV, and then point to the remote that she wants to watch it again.  It's pretty funny!

Weight: She was 22 lbs 3 oz on December 30, 2014 at her 15 month appt (39th percentile)

Length: She was 31.75 inches on December 30, 2014 at her 15 month appt (85th percentile)

Clothes: Lucy is wearing 12 month, 12-18 month, and 18 month clothes (size depends on brand) as well as size 3 diapers and size 4/4.5 shoes. 

Eating: She is still a great eater and will typically eat most food we give her with the exception of some vegetables and meat like chicken or turkey (I think it's more of a texture thing as well as it's harder to chew and since she only has 4 teeth, it makes it pretty challenging!) She will eat chicken nuggets though but those are easier to chew. She also had no problem transitioning from breast milk to whole milk this month too. Meal times are the same as the last few months and she eats breakfast around 8:00 AM, lunch around 12:00 PM, and dinner around 6:00 PM with a snack after her nap in the afternoon around 4:30-5:00 PM. 

Sleeping: Lucy takes at least one good nap every day (in the afternoon for about 2 hours) but her morning nap is now hit or miss.  She goes to bed at night typically between 7:30-8:00 PM and gets up between 7:00-7:30 AM.  I will say though with the holidays and traveling, she was up later some nights and went back to take 2 naps every day.  Not sure how long that will last though once we're back to our normal schedule.

Likes: Opening presents, reading books, trying to climb on the couch

Dislikes: If we're home and I leave the room, she cries if she can't find me or if I run upstairs real quick to throw her diaper away

Milestones: Said "ball" (Dec 16), first time getting hurt & bleeding (Dec 24)

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