This past Saturday Will turned 13 months old. So far this month you have had a few milestones. You have completely stopped breastfeeding. You are drinking whole milk and water out of you sippy cups (we finally found 1 type you would take--so I bought about 6 of them at Wal Mart). You still eat baby food but we have introduced quite a few 3rd foods and a lot of table food over the past month. Your favorite food to eat right now is probably "square" cheese (American). You get so excited whenever you see it and are very impatient for me to get into small enough bites for you to eat. You also are really enjoying whole bananas. Another favorite food of your this month has been pumpkin muffins--you can eat a whole one on your own:-) You are wearing 12-18 month clothing--some of the pants are a little long but most everything else fits you. You have moved up to a size 4 diaper and are wearing overnight diapers at night. You are still not sleeping through the night--but now you wake up and want to get into bed with daddy and I and then you go right back to sleep. However if we try to move you back to your bed, you immediately wake up and are very unhappy. SO needless to say, mommy is very ready for this phase to stop:-)
Another first for you the past week is that you are standing on your own. You were so proud of yourself the first time you did it you started clapping and that threw off your balance and you sat back down:-) You also started going to a Mother's Day Out program last week--and you had such a good time. There are only 5-6 other kids in the class and there are 3 teachers. It is at one of the Methodist churches here and you did so well--no crying either day I left you. The school is from 9 until 1. Both days you did not take a nap but fell asleep in the car and stayed asleep--for 2 1/2 hours the first day and for 3 hours the second.
You are also saying ball, mama, dada, and making motor noises with your mouth.
We love you Will and can't wait to see what the next month brings!
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