Tuesday, April 16, 2013

11 Weeks Old

I absolutely LOVE this picture of her. Something about it just makes me smile.
 -Hair is really started to grow back even though she was never really bald because she started with so much. It's cute that she has her little hair back and the hair on top and in the back is still her baby hair so it's long and soft and sticks up after having a headband on for too long. She is also constantly getting hand lint tangled in her hair but doesn't seem to mind when we get it out with the washcloth and comb.
-Started getting allergies or something and got congested at night. We're not sure if it's allergies or just dry air but we bought a cute elephant humidifier and she sleeps with it on every night. We also spent almost an entire week avoiding the outdoors but it didn't seem to help a whole lot which is also why we're thinking it might just be dry air. I've become a pro at using what is affectionately referred to as "the booger sucker" and she doesn't mind most of the time.
-Started to grab onto her blanket or my shirt during nap time. One afternoon she woke up every time I tried getting my shirt back so she ended up just taking a nap with her hands all wrapped up in it. She also has this cute little elephant that is attached to a mini-blanket that she holds onto.
-Listened to her first General Conference and did great! Saturday she napped through almost all of both sessions. Sunday, we went to Grandma and Grandpa Clarks' house where she refused to nap until about 2pm and then only napped for about an hour.
-FOMO: Fear of Missing Out. I'm not sure if I've mentioned on here but Emery has a serious case of FOMO. Any time she thinks that something fun is or will be going on she refuses to nap. At least most of the time she is still happy looking around and being entertained by whatever she's afraid of missing out on.
-Pooped through her pajamas and blanket one morning so she got an unplanned bath. Jeff thought she did it on purpose just to be able to get in her bathtub which she still loves. 


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