You are 2 1/2 years old today!!!
We cannot believe it has already been six months since you turned two! Time is flying around here and you are growing up so fast.
You weigh about 31.8 pounds and you are 37 inches tall. You wear 3T or 4T shirts, 3T pants, and 4T shorts this summer. You wear 2T or 3T dresses and size 6 or size 7 shoe.
I try to pull your hair up, but you like it down and only sometimes add a bow or clip. However, you love accessories likes bracelets and necklaces and frequently ask us to put them on you.
You like to brush your teeth and ask to do this anytime you are in your bathroom.
On the days your sister is at preschool, you talk nonstop. As soon as we drop her off you start talking and talking and talking. You ask to call people on the phone or request music on the radio while we are driving around. You love to talk to your sister and you will tell her anything and everything. You also love to listen to your sister and you will do almost anything she suggests.
You are a lot like your sister was at this age; you love to read books, play with blocks, watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and play dress-up. We haven't done many art projects with you, but you do love to color or play with play-doh. You are very into Frozen and love to dress-up as Elsa, watch Frozen, or run around saying quotes from the movie.
In the last six months you have:
Picked pumpkins for Halloween
Dressed up as a cat for Halloween
Traveled to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia for Mommy's birthday
Had your Ga-Ga, Gramps, Uncle Andy, Aunt Lolly, and cousin Annalise visit for Thanksgiving
Had your Nana and Pap Pap visit in December
Celebrated Christmas at home
Traveled to Deep Creek, Maryland for New Years
Traveled to Pennsylvania to visit Nana and Pap Pap (and you went bowling for the first time!)
Cheered for the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl
Gone to the Zoo many times
Celebrated Valentine's Day with your family
Celebrated Elizabeth's birthday with a Frozen party
Had your Nana and Pap Pap visit in February
Gone to the Botanical Gardens in DC and the Native American Museum
Played in the snow
And celebrated St. Patrick's Day with your family