Austin still shoves her blanket in her mouth when I put her down to sleep. Sometimes I find her sleeping with it still in her mouth. I have to be careful when taking pictures, cause the flash will wake her up.
That nap was good while it lasted.
Even though she is a great napper and is easy to get to sleep, she wont stay asleep for very long. She has yet to sleep through the night, though we seem to be making a little bit of progress. Waking up about 2 times a night is considered a good night for Austin. Some nights, she is still up 3-4 times. While I'm anxious for the day when I'll finally get some uninterrupted sleep, I'm aware that at least I am blessed that she eats so quickly and is back to sleep in no time. From the time I hear her crying to me crawling back into bed, it's usually only about 10 minutes. It could be so much worse.
When her momma is around, she expects mom to hold her. She doesn't like it when mom just sits there and doesn't pick her up.
Austin didn't spend nearly as much time in our pool as the other kids, but she was in it a fair amount. She didn't really like being in the floatie as much, but she loves being held in the water and being able to kick her feet.
Austin has learned how to say hi and wave. Her favorite people to wave to are Will and Daddy.
She also really enjoys playing peek a boo. She will cover her own face, or sometimes she will even cover someone else face.