Saturday, 22 November 2008

9 Months

look closely and you'll see the tooth!

Sorry about the length of time it has taken us to update this blog. My free time has become my new early bed time. Isabella and I are already out the door and on the road by 7a.m., so our mornings start pretty early. It hasn't been fun, to be honest. In fact, it's been so terrible that I've decided to stay home with Isabella again. I will write more about this when I finish my last week.

She is now 9 months old and FINALLY has cut a tooth. It's the cutest little thing, too. She's got other new skillz too: when I started work four weeks ago, she was crawling army-style. Now, she's crawling at break-neck speeds, can climb a stair, stands up on her own, and I don't think she's far from walking, thanks to Sophie's tutelage. She does really well at Aneta's house, despite my own separation anxiety. Her face lights up when I walk into the door and she squeals with delight. Then, just as quickly, she devotes her attention to Sophie's awesome toys.

I will write more as soon as my schedule opens back up!

3 comments:

Auntie said...

Finally,
It does her good to be in "Playcare" its us moms that it takes the toll on from getting things ready daily and getting up and out the door. Its all god for Bella Lou to have interaction with the children, check into at least a couple hours a week then, just to stimulate her. They devlope so much more quicker with pint size role models...Enjoy the teeth and get close ups of the Hagglund CHOPS I see it bottom right, She is a delight, I had the luxoury of meeting Miles Sigvald Hagglund, her cousin (Jesse and Mistys) little love, he is a Doll, all e does is smile and laugh. Love you Kiss my favorite Grand Neice

Esthercita said...

MY GOODNESS SHE'S GETTING BIG. SHE IS SO CUTE. TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER I LOVE YOU SO MUCH. KISES AND HUGS.

Monique said...

Are you back at home yet? What happened? I'm on pins and needles waiting to find out what's up with you three. :)