19 months! This month marks the end of ‘she’s such and such months’, I’m now answering with ‘shes one and a half’. Isla is now closer to her second birthday than her first and I’m definitely missing having a baby. However, once again, this is my favorite age (I say this every time).
Just like that, she’s half way to two. She’s growing up before my eyes and I am powerless to change that, I’m well and truly being dragged along for the ride. But to tell you the truth, I’m loving every moment.
So here we are, almost half way to two! These first few years are the quickest years I’ve ever experienced (I’m sure I always say that) but the way my life has changed is crazy. Never fails to amaze me how much one tiny human can completely change the course of your life. The 16th month has been fun. We’re in much more of what seems like a routine and its nice starting a day with a bit of a plan as to what the day holds.
So my baby has been one for a whole month! How did this happen? She’s well and truely a toddler now. As sad as it is, I love it at the same time. She’s developing into a crazy amazing little girl who has so much to offer this world. I can’t wait to see the friends she makes at school and if she’s an academic or a creative? Maybe she’ll be super sporty or be like her mama and do anything to avoid excersise (I’d rather just eat thanks).
We did it! One whole year of being a parent. I don’t know about you but I think this year is the most our babies change in their lives. They go from being floppy wriggly helpless little pink things to actual children walking around and communicating with us. How do they do that? Why does it go so quickly?
Almost forgot to do this, I’m not very good at keeping my blog updated but my heart is in the right place. For the next monthly update she’ll be ONE! What is happening?
I really wish I’d started my blog sooner. I’d have loved to do a monthly update mainly for myself to look back on and see what had changed from month to month. So here’s a 10 month one in the hopes that I’ll do one every month for the next year or so.