November 2nd 2009 - February 28th 2010

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Thursday, April 4, 2013

April 2013

April is a big month in our family. In a week I will be 25 weeks. So I only have 14 (since I have to have another c-section) weeks left until we meet this little one. Marleigh is growing like a weed. She is a part time walker but everyday she is taking more and more steps. She is eating everything! Whatever we put in front of her she gobbles it up and so far has only disliked my meatloaf....her father also doesn't like it so I guess its off the menu. We have tried eggs she likes them also. Once she gets over this cold we are going to start the transition to homo milk (my wallet can't wait) and maybe even peanut butter (I am very nervous about that). She has 7 teeth and is working on another one (oh teething I hate you). She loves to climb, she is a better climber then she is a walker currently. She is smart. I know all moms say that but when I ask her where Jackson is she always looks up to his picture and smiles (which always makes me smile). She is a big daddy's girl which is good because when this new baby comes and needs me for the first couple of months she might not even notice. I can't believe its almost been a year since she was born. I realize how much we missed out with Jackson and how much we savour every little moment she gives us. This year has had its bumps and I don't think I will ever not worry that something might happen but now I don't have a breakdown everytime she has a sniffle or a cough. Probably once this baby is born I will be so busy I won't have time to worry anymore. Once this month is done the countdown is on for baby number 3.

1 comment:

  1. I wouldn't be too nervous about peanut butter. Since you nursed her for a while and you probably ate peanut butter she should be ok. I would keep a phone on me since i kept a phone on hand when C tried it just in case. I wasn't too worried with G since I ate it while nursing and C was also touching her with peanut butter hands.