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Meadow @ 2 Years


Two years old is so much better than the newborn stage. Every new stage is always so much better than the last. 

Meadow weighs 23 pounds and is 31 inches tall.

She loves running, climbing, going for bike rides, singing, playing in her sand box and being outside.

Her favorite book is Dr Suess' ABC. Her favorite color is green. Her favorite letter is H. 

Her favorite foods are pancakes, any fruit, oatmeal, cucumbers, yogurt, milk, noodles, and avocados.


She is currently working on her back molars. She still likes to bite things when she's excited.

She probably knows over 100 words. Her favorite letter is H and favorite shape is a heart. Whenever she drops something she says, "Where'd it go?"

She usually goes to bed around 9 and wakes up around 9-9:30. I love that she's still a late sleeper.

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