It just so happened that I had a dentist appointment during my lunch break on Valentine’s Day. No cavities, by the way…
My dental hygienist pointed out they had just refilled the treasure box full of toys. So I got a little pink bear to add to your Valentine’s Day bundle.
Mommy also had me pick up a pink ball for you, to match the pink Strawberry yogurt puffs.
Though you weren’t quite sure what the gifts were all about, you still gladly went along with the festivities.
Plus, of course, Mommy dressed you up in cute Valentine’s outfits. Seriously, you are so cute!
Despite being only 9 months old, the little girl in you is very evident. I love what I see of that little girl so far. I love having you has my daughter.
Something that is definitely different about you compared to your brother is that he never cared about having a pacifier. But as for you, it’s a fun accessory.
I love it when you’re just playing and then for no apparent reason, you pick up the pacifier and stick it in your mouth. My favorite is when you’re falling asleep in your bed, and your pacifier falls out of your mouth.
Every time, you just take matters into your own hands: You put the pacifier back in your mouth so that you can officially fall asleep.
So yeah, I wonder if you are going to be the kind of little girl who likes carrying it around, like Maggie Simpson.
Maybe that means that you won’t still be treating your baby blanket like it’s a member of the family, when you’re in Kindergarten, like your brother does.
And though Jack is quick to help you play with your toys, he never lets you play with his blanket.
As you can see, you really enjoyed your very first Valentine’s Day.