Thursday, October 31, 2013

Sissy G at 4 Months Old

I melt each time she flashes this toothless grin my way.  I absolutely love it and honestly can't believe that this sweet bundle of joy is already 4 months old.
She is so much fun and such a good baby.  She is perfectly content doing just about anything.  She loves her big play mat and Bubby G enjoys teaching her all the animals that are on it.
We still have not really mastered the art of rolling over.  She did it a couple times on our bed but has never done it on the floor. 
She just seems perfectly content staying on her belly....
And would rather not go rolling around.
Bubby G is trying to talk her into rolling over....but so far she hasn't felt the need to do it.
That's okay.  Bubby loves her anyway. 
You can notice that Sissy G has lost some of her hair on the back of her head.  That's because at night time instead of crying when she wakes up she moves her head back and forth.  Every morning the back of her hair has little knots in it from her rubbing her head all around.  Silly girl.
Sitting in her Bumbo playing with her doggie.  She likes to hear the music that the doggie plays but most of all she likes to eat the doggie.
Waiting for mommy to finish the laundry.  Talk about a perfect little seat.  And...yes....those clothes are clean.
Watching Bubby do his school work.
Bubby is really into snow and snowmen right now.  Every day he asks if it's going to snow so we made a little snowman of our own.
This lil guy loves to draw.  He's really into drawing people right now.
This is a picture he drew of me 100% by himself.  I was really impressed.  The lines at the bottom are my legs.  The lines on the side are my ears.  My eyebrows are at the top of my head and then he drew my hair on top of that.  I thought he did a great job for only being 2 years old.
Sissy thought he did a good job too.
Our big thing right now is that Sissy G is learning to sit up.  She's been sitting up little by little for the last month or so but she has now really gotten the hang of it.
Our big girl sitting up on Bubby's bed.
She does fine sitting up as long as she doesn't try to look straight up. 
And she's so cute because it's like she knows she is a big girl and growing up. 
We have one of those jumpers that you hook to a door frame that I bought at a rummage sale back when Bubby G was a baby.  We don't really have a door frame that it works well with so I tried to hook it to the door that is connected to the garage.
That way she can jump while Bubby G is outside playing.
Like I said, she's happy no matter where she is.
Then we noticed that there were some turnips that needed picking out in the garden.  (To be honest I have no idea if they were ready to be picked, just thought it looked like a fun thing to do)
So Bubby G started picking. 
Sissy G wanted to come too so we hooked her jumper up to the nearby tree.
Again....she's happy no matter where she is.
And our sweet girl is still an amazing sleeper.  Isn't she precious.

Some things that Sissy G loves right now.

Printed fabrics....she would rather stare at a neat design on your shirt than play with toys.
Cuddle.....she absolutely loves to be in your arms rocking or just snuggling. 
Mommy's finger....she is starting to suck her own fingers and occasionally sucks her thumb but her favorite thing is still my finger.
Bubby G.....her favorite person in the whole world is her Bubby.  She lights up anytime he comes around.
Getting changed.....she enjoys getting her diaper changed or getting her clothes changed.  Typical girl.
Singing....She loves to be sang to and she will even join in and sing along.  Usually at church she will stay awake during the song service talking and singing and then fall asleep for the sermon.
Fans.....She can't take her eyes off of a fan if there is one moving in a room.
Home.....Her total demeanor changes as soon as we come home.  She's fine going other places but she is much happier when she is in her own home.

Have I mentioned how in love I am with this lil girl?  She is the perfect addition to our family and makes life so much fun.  But I've had a talk with her.  She's gonna have to slow down on this growing up thing otherwise her Mama is gonna have a melt down.

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