March 19, 2012

Crosbi: 3 Months

What a busy month! I have several blog posts bouncing around in my head, but as usual, if I don't get Crosbi's monthly update written it will never happen. My sweet girl will be four months old this week! Where is the time going?

This month we have had lots of visitors, plus I started my new job. It has been a bit difficult to find time to blog (or keep up with my favorite blogs!). Especially now that Crosbi doesn't wake during the night.

*Weighing in at 17-18 pounds. We'll know for sure at her doctor's appointment this week.
*She may be longer than 24 inches by now. One thing is for sure, she grows out of her clothes faster than I can buy them!
*She's holding her head up like a champ and will now put weight on her legs. She loves to stand.
*She loves watching people talk. When Todd gets home from work and I'm asking about his day, Crosbi will just giggle as we talk to each other. She's sure to remind us that she's part of the conversation too!
*Still my champion sleeper, she's sleeping a fairly consistent nine hours each night. Although last night she gave us ten. We really are lucky.
*She loves people. After having a full house for nearly a week straight, Crosbi didn't mind the change in routine at all. I'm sure it feels strange to her to have a quiet house again.
 *She can roll over! The first time she did it was so exciting. One of those moments when I knew that quitting my job was the best decision. I would have totally missed her rolling. I'm so glad I'll be home to experience all of her milestones!

 Each month just keeps getting better!


  1. They do grow so fast! :) You are soooo LUCKY she sleeps that well. Allie Kate is 2 and I don't usually get a straight 9 hours! I am jealous :) I am enjoying seeing how much she changes each month. I feel like I am getting to see her grow without actually meeting her yet...hopefully some day!

  2. She just kills me in that headband. She's like, "Yeah, I'm cute. So what?" :) SO excited for you to be able to stay at home with her and not miss a thing! It's definitely the hardest work I've ever done, but I'm so thankful. Maybe next time we come to Nashville (hopefully this spring) we can come over and hang out with you!