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Meadow @ 4 Months


Meadow weighs approximately 14 pounds and is 24" in length.

I feel like she's really grown up this past month and clearly isn't a newborn anymore.




She currently loves when we pretend to eat her toes, eating...

Scott, seeing the world...

grabbing things (especially mama's hair), baths, her hands, watching kids and rolling over.

She has learned to roll over from her back to her front. Even though she could do it as a newborn she still gets stuck and frustrated once she's on her stomach.

I have a feeling she's going to be an early crawler. 


She's just started sleeping in her own room. I miss her, but she makes up for it by waking up every 1.5-3 hours. For awhile she was only getting up once or not at all. 


She's been doing really great at falling asleep on her own. It helps that she rubs her eyes when she's tired so then I know and can put her down.

She's still a night owl and refuses to go to bed before 10.


She can fully support her head.

Meadow has a big bald spot on the back of her head. 


She's started giggling.

Strangely she's her happiest during diaper changes.

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Katrina said…
I love this post! You are the cutest Momma! Love, Auntie

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