Firsts this past month: jumping, first midnight snack, yes she woke up in our bed and her father was eating fritos and so M enjoyed a few and eventually returned to sleep after her request for more was sadly denied because they were all gone, finally letting us leave her bedroom after saying good night.
Mae loves to play 'wee wees' (This little piggy went to market) and 'cake' (patty cake) and very recently asked me to do 'knuckles' and she showed me her fist. hehe silly girl. She asks to have her picture taken and LOVES to give hugs. It's so sweet. She's gotten really good at them too with the bear hug around your neck. She LOVES her dada and spending time with him, but mama still reigns supreme. She loves to hug her brother and spend time with him as well.
Mae loves to color and 'ride bikes' even if riding the bike involves someone pushing her, as she cannot yet pedal. She loves to do anything her brother does and loves to watch shows. She learned to jump this month and is full of energy. She loves her baths and finally is feeling comfortable enough to even lay on her tummy with her brother in the tub too (which often is like a simulated wave pool with the him in there as well.) She is pretty fearless!
Just before her 20th month we cut out mama-milk at nighttime and she's been doing pretty well with that. She still wakes every 4ish hours asking for it but most nights is content to have a sip of water and return to sleep (usually in our bed after that first stint every night.) She has entered the "broken record" phase which we are praying is short lived - you know the phase where she just says one word over and over and over again - yah it's super not fun for those that have to hear it ;) but there are worse things and we assume she'll out grow it and we won't be left too scarred by it.
She loves to read, brush her teeth, and color. She is growing up so fast and it's so much fun to watch her change and advance. She loves to have her hair brushed and loves to have bows put in her hair - but they never stay there long. She is a joy and we love her.