I can’t believe my little girl is already six months old. I am guilty of not keeping up with my personal photos, a major reason why I am just now getting to blog the last 3 months of growth. My goal this winter is to get my personal photos under control and in order. Now that I’ve said that, you can keep me accountable 🙂
Eliora continues being the sweetest thing in our house. Her eyes seem to have finally settled into pretty browns.
She is always happy! The girl can go without a nap all day and she’s still happy. No-nap days aren’t encouraged but they do happen once in a while, especially around holidays.She is a curious little girl and loves playing with her toes.She loves flashing her big, beautiful smile at just about anyone that makes eye contact with her. Eliora enjoys dancing and will let out squeals whenever she finds arms that will dance her around.Yep. I did blue, not pink bedding. It will probably be the first and last time I get a say in that matter! She loves looking at her birds mobile flying around up above her. Hopefully she feels all the love we poured into it while making it.Her big brother adores her. He plays with her and cuddles her often. He made my heart skip a few beats at church on Christmas Eve when he nestled next to her while I had her in my arms and started kissing and caressing her head. I love them so much!Eliora mastered sitting up unassisted very quickly. I have joked that I don’t care about her being mobile and the fact that she doesn’t get to play on the floor nearly as much as Micah did at her age. I plopped her down the one day to see how she was doing with sitting expecting her to just topple over and up she sat! I think I cried on the inside a couple of tears of sadness. I really wish I could stop time. It is going way too fast the second time around. I’m hoping that we can keep crawling off the radar for a little bit more. I’m not ready for that just yet.She has grown in a lot more hair but the poof in the back is still there. No teeth yet, but it looks like sooner than later she will be sprouting a couple.
Ahhhh! She makes my heart swell with joy! Look at her–can you blame me?
Her growth by month: