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My Little Toddler

Well, at 15 months old, this dude is a sponge. Each day he is surprising me with the new actions, gestures, noises, word attempts, and some of the more "grown up" things he is doing.



Here's the rundown of the good stuff:

Night-weaned-Finally!! About 5 weeks ago. Sleep had been a major issue in our household...frequent night wakings, long night wakings, difficulty going to sleep, not being able to go to sleep or settle himself, etc. We tried a few different methods and went with what worked for us...and yes, it did work, obviously. Most nights we get a full nights sleep and Andy & I are able to have some down time-just the two of us. It's nice.



Augie Stats:
Height-8th percentile
Weight-20lbs 12 oz-6th percentile
Head circumference -still large-60th percentile

Augie's Dr. is happy with his growth, as it has been consistent and steady. He's still just a small guy. Nothing wrong with that.



Likes
  • Fave foods: tomatoes, avocado, cucumbers, fruit/veggie/grain pouches, applesauce, yogurt, potatoes, Applegate Farms breakfast sausage (seriously), and a new found enjoyment for green olives
  • Fave toys: dinosaur, animal toys, cars,balls, Doug, anything that's not a toy-specifically Dad's old cell phone
  • Eating with a fork!
  • Pacifier:YES-3 at bedtime

  • Books: Too many to name!! Loves 'em.
  • Making animal noises: roar (dino, hippo, and several other animals) meow, wuff, neigh, ooh ooh (monkey), elephant noises (with trunk movements), owl (ask him what an owl says-"owwwwwl")
  • Running and trying to jump
  • Stretching and doing yoga 
  • Drawing, painting and stickers!
  • Throwing balls
  • Tubbies and bedtime routine
  • Being outside and playing




Dislikes

  • Foods: depends on the day
  • Diaper changes-it's a battle sometimes
  • Coming in from outside
  • Lengthy car rides



Augie is starting to "talk" more. He tries to repeat a lot of words that we say and he constantly wants to know "What's that?" He's done this for months and it's starting to pay off. He's very intelligent...I might be biased~slightly. Love him.



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