Friday, November 30, 2007

I Did It!

It's the last day of November!

I can't believe I posted every. single. day.

It was fun, but I'll be glad to go back to my regular programming. I actually feel like I'm missing everyone because with the every day post takes up a bit of my blog-reading time and I know I haven't been commenting as much as I should be. Things will be different in December, I promise.

Of course, December brings Christmas which I am so not ready for. I usually have all of my shopping done by this point and I'm not even half way done this year. Gift cards are looking better and better to me. Can we just skip it this year? I'm just not in the jolly yule mood. Maybe it's the eighty degree weather down here or the three kids running me ragged, but I'm just not looking forward to it. Sad, huh?

Anyway, can you remember when Elizabeth was a mushy, pink lump?

What happened to my floppy-headed doll?

She was replaced by this pretty girl, that's what!

In just a week's time she's grown a tooth, learned to sit, learned to pull herself up to sit, and is attempting to trade scooting for crawling. I can't imagine what she'll attempt next week.


Lynanne said...

Oh my golly, look at that smile!!! If she keeps that up, she's going to be fun as a toddler. How can you say "no" to a smile and eyes like that!

Mommy Daisy said...

Ugh, they get to THAT stage and they change WAY TOO QUICKLY. She is adorable though.

Becky said...

She's changing as freakishly fast as Alex. It's so scary how quickly it goes.

On an unrelated note, every time I think "We did it!" in relation to NaBloWhatever, I get the Dora or Diego song stuck in my head "We did it! We did it!"

It's driving me insane.

Nikki said...

Oh Becky now it's stuck in my head too! Ack!

I'll be glad to get back to pre-NaBoPloMo days laundry has suffered :)

She's adorable!!!

Lynsey said...

Good job with all the posting! I'm lucky if I get to post at all these days! Elizabeth looks like such a big girl now, seems like just yesterday I read the post that she was born.