…and she is as beautiful and fun as ever.
Her hobbies mainly involve rolling over, which she mastered (back to front) about two weeks ago. She can’t roll front to back, though, so we often get to play flip-the-pancake with her at night. (When she rouses in the middle of the night, she doesn’t like to be on her tummy so she cries… and we turn her over… and then she promptly flips again and cries.)
Her other love is smiling at people and blowing bubbles. She is incredibly responsive and lights up like a little bulb when you talk quietly with her.
At the doctor she was 15 lbs 6 oz, our smallest four month-old (75th percentile). Molly was 15 lbs 10 oz and Tucker was 17 lbs 4 oz at the same age. She is 90th in height.
This is her enjoying Vacation Bible School at our church this week:
And on an unrelated note, we have had amazing fruit so far this year. Our strawberry crop was insane, topped only by our black raspberry crop which was even better. The picture below is our harvest on one day a week or two ago.