The Lily’s Independence




Our little Lily Bean is a see-saw. What do I mean by that, you ask? Well, she can roll over, but she doesn’t think she can. We’ve seen her do it before, but she’s convinced herself that it’s very hard, so now she’s see-sawing from one side to the next. Sticks her cute cloth diaper bum up into the air, and tries to roll over bum-first. Then she flips back onto her tummy. It’s very cute.

She’s been seeing a lot of her Nana Sylv (Dave’s mom), and she loves spending time with The Nana. It’s good to have at least one grandparent in the picture on a regular basis, especially Nana. Nana is good for the Lily Bean. She’s going to have a great relationship with her.

Lily Bean’s latest and greatest task is being able to push her hand on our chest when we’re holding her, so that she can prop herself up a little more straight to look around the room in a more upright position. She’s depending less on us to hold her in a position she wants to be, and learning that she can do it herself for the most part. When she can’t, she yelps for help. Heh. Cutie pie.

She’s also reaching out for our faces and exploring our facial features. She likes touching my mouth and nose, and loves when I kiss her hand. It’s very cute.


“What is that silly face for, Daddy?”


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