For the first two years of his life, your brother was a very husky boy.
Obviously, he grew out of his “baby body suit” around the age of 3, and now the word “husky” could no longer be used to describe him.
But as for you, you’ve just always been a light little girl. Even when Mommy was pregnant with you, there was some concern from the nurses that you wouldn’t weigh enough. It all worked out, though, since you were born weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces.
Last week Mommy took you to your 1 year check-up at the doctor’s office. You are currently in the 60th percentile for height and the 16th percentile for weight.
As I look at you in these pictures, I see a little China doll. Well actually, with your complexion, you’re more like a Norwegian doll.
This past weekend while we were at a birthday party for one of your brother’s classmates, I took a couple of pictures of you playing. In one of them, you have this look on your face that seems to imply, “Whew… I didn’t know being so cute all day long would be so exhausting!”
I see you as delicate; yet strong, curious, and determined.
You look just as cute with an actual girls’ doll as you do with one of your brother’s Pickachu stuffed animals.
Mommy and I are now transitioning you that much more off of formula and onto cow’s milk and solid foods.
Oh, and we’ve got you wearing shoes now. You’ve been a barefoot baby up until this point.
After all, you’re learning to walk. You’re on the move. You need to have cute little girly shoes for that.
Also, Mommy and I are starting to see your two top teeth come in. You love munching on Cheerios.
I am watching you transition from baby to little girl.
And I love it.