It's been quite a long while since I've talked about Margaux really so I thought I'd take a break from getting ready for Indie Emporium (it's this weekend! If you're in the Tulsa area stop by and say hello!) to bring you up to speed.
This little lady is becoming quite the little sass-mouth. And she's starting to hit. Each time she hits I tell her not to hit and to be gentle and she usually comes and puts her head on my shoulder which is pretty much heart-melting. I understand that she's trying to express her feelings and I want to try to give her the tools to do so constructively. Any suggestions on things I can do to show her how to express herself? I know she's still a bit young but I'd like to start.
She's starting to pick up words on the daily but still mostly just babbles. She always says "bowds" if she hears birds or "dog" if she sees or hears a dog. She's learned no and yes but still gets yes confused sometimes. She says "pruss" (please) when prompted and "sic" when I ask if she'd like music in the car.
This kid is a walking machine. There's nothing better than exploring except maybe pushing the stroller/grocery cart/anything with wheels. She loves to paint and draw with chalk or pencils or crayons. She loves playing with her blocks and has recently developed an attachment to her Muno Beanie Baby.
She's definitely getting into the stubborn toddler age but she makes me laugh and smile and so so so happy every day.