But no book can tell you all of the new things that your child will do, or when she will surprise you with them.
Gabby is three months old now, and she can:
- lift her head,
- hold her head up,
- sit supported,
- put weight on her legs when supported in a standing position (oh, she loves that one),
- roll from side to back and from back to side
- squeal with delight
- grab for toys
- grab Mommy's hair and pull. Hard.
- find and chew on her hands
- draw soft toys to her mouth and try to eat them
She also does things that are not in any child development book. For instance, she has now discovered her hands and sometimes doesn't quite know what to do with them, so instead of just holding them out there all willy nilly, she folds them in front of her when she's feeding. She has also learned how to raise her eyebrows independently of one another and does so to great effect. She blows milky bubbles (and seems to know how funny that is).
Every day is a wonder.
Almost every day is enormous amounts of fun.
Here she is with a diaper cover on her head and socks on her hands:
Thanks for being such a good sport, sweetheart. You make even laundry fun.
I hope everyone who celebrates it had a great Purim. Happy Easter to those in that camp, and happy Persian new year to us all!