Miss Adelaide has become quite the mover this past month with her biggest accomplishment being rolling over! We put her down on her back and she’ll either scoot herself around 180 degrees or roll unto her tummy. Her 2nd biggest accomplishment is her ability to blow raspberries. When she figured it out she was Very impressed with herself and liked to practice all day long. Like I mentioned, she has become very active and continues to be such a little busy body. We usually find her completely sideways in her crib in the morning, playing with the little toys hanging on the side. It took her a few times to figure out the jolly jumper – she would just kind of hang there and twirl around in it while chewing on the side of the seat, but she managed to figure it out and loves to practice her jumps now. She also loves to spend time in her exersaucer. She has become quite the little flexible one with her talent being sucking on her toes while we’re changing her diaper. She is becoming very curious and I’m finding I’ll need to go hideaway soon while nursing her because she cranes her neck to see who just walked by, or where the sound is coming from, even if I take a drink of water she’ll stop and stare at me. I still nurse her once in the morning, then she’ll have (2) 5 oz bottles while I’m at work, then I nurse her on average 3 times in the evening. 10 o’clock is her predictable bedtime now and she’ll usually nurse or ‘slurse’ (sleep nursing) as we’ve affectionately nicknamed her nursing sessions that seem to take forever because she goes from eating to sleeping and back, the hour beforehand. She generally sleeps until about 7:30 or 8am. She still takes a longer (2 hour) morning nap then a few catnaps sprinkled through the day. A few things we don’t want to forget – She is so nosey! We like to call her nosey rosey because we swear she can twist her neck 180 degrees to see what’s going on. One of my favorite times of the day is laying in bed and listening to her jabber to herself in the morning, either that or her thumping herself awake! We keep thinking that every stage is our favorite, but each stage just keeps getting better – she is such a blessing to us!