TGIF for sure! I am looking forward to a fun and relaxing weekend celebrating E's birthday! This is one of our few weekends without a football game so we are going to enjoy spending some quality family time together and of course watch a ton of football on TV. :)
I seriously can't believe I am already writing Annabelle's 3 month update (I'm even writing it 2.5 weeks late and I'm still saying that). How the time flys. I am trying my hardest to soak up every giggle, gummy smile, and snuggle I can!
Three months have flown by at lightening speed and she is changing more and more every day. Overall she is a super happy baby and loves to laugh and talk to mommy & daddy all day long. She get's bored easily, so she prefers to be constantly entertained but luckily she is pretty entertaining herself so everyone is happy to oblige.
She is growing like a weed and has already moved on to 3-6 month onesies and even some of those are too short. She has a very long torso like her dad. She weighed 13 lbs last time we went to the doctor and still loves to eat!
She learned how to stick out her tongue and thinks it's the funniest thing ever. She also loves to blow bubbles and make all kind of crazy noises when she's talking to you.
Belle wasn't a fan of the pacifier at first, but she is loving it lately. I can't decide if it is a good or bad thing, but how cute is she with those lips? They kill me.
Last weekend, Grandma and Grandpa George came into town and we took Annabelle to the pumpkin patch. She way WAY more interested in watching all the cars zoom by than checking out the pumpkins, but she seemed to enjoy it non-the-less. Notice how she is looking to the right in every picture. That's where all the cars were.
Belle loves watching football with daddy. She gets pretty upset when the Aggies or Cowboys make abad play and likes to yell at the TV. Game day is definitely her favorite show (I think Kirk Herbstreit might have something to do with that), which she watches religiously every Saturday of course. We might be creating a bit of an identity crisis in our child since we go back and forth between dressing her up in Aggie gear and Texas gear. She can cheer for the longhorns, but when it comes down to it, I know she'll be a little Aggie! :)
Naps are still a daily struggle but we are improving each day. We are trying hard to get her to fall asleep on your own, but there is just something so sweet about rocking them to sleep with their head on your shoulder. She is still sleeping pretty well at night and usually only wakes up once or twice between 3 AM and 5:30 AM. Hopefully, she will make it a full 10-12 hours soon, but I can't complain!
She is getting more used to hanging out in babysitting at the studio while I teach my classes. She likes to greet everyone when they come into the studio and never minds all the extra attention. She'll be teaching class by herself in no time!
I am beyond blessed to have this little bundle of joy in my life and I can't wait to watch her grow (although if she wants to slow down, that would be great). I hope you all have a wonderful Friday and a great weekend!