Two years ago, after a hellish induction, I was staring in wonderment at the most beautiful baby girl in the world.
No, really, no other baby girl was ever this pretty. (The most beautiful baby boy in the world ever had been born three years prior you see).
And now? She’s two.
She’s a stroppy, opinionated, smart, strong bundle of amazingness, and I am the luckiest mama bear ever.
She had her new big girl bed as her main present from us:
With bedding from nanny and granddad and Lola-dog.
(Happy gotcha day Lola-dog)
We then added Aunty Harri’s canopy:
Whereupon she began practicing for the teenage years early.
She bloody loves the bed.
She did refuse to nap though, which ended in her passing out on me at around 15:30:
We then had cake when she woke up – well, when I woke her – she was not impressed. Aunty H came to join us for cake and TT ended up covered. So we had a bath.
With new toys. And bath markers.
Which she ruined by pooping in the bath 🙄🙄🙄
Then we put her to bed. For the first time. And, well, it was not as successful as it was for #1 Son.
TT on the other hand, was up and out before daddy finished reading her bedtime story!!!
She was then up and rattling the door handle after daddy left the room. I resettled her then.
When #1 Son went to bed she was still awake!!!! BUT was under the covers and stayed there while I went to get another bottle (that she requested).
We checked on her at 21:00 and she was asleep, still in bed, and mostly under the blanket. She had unilaterally decided no more sleeping bags dammit. We shall see how this goes – it’s bitterly cold right now, and duvets are not a thing for toddlers here it seems.
When we checked on her whilst getting #1 son up for his middle of the night wee, she was fast asleep, with that second bottle untouched which was great.
I can hear her occasionally drinking from her second official bottle through the monitor.
All in all, not as good as I hoped, but as well as I expected. Well, apart from the poop 🙄
Also, after we washed her hair, through judicious application of tablet, I was able to completely blow dry her hair, which left her rocking the Smokey Quartz (rather than Amethyst) look:
And the curls are dropping out at last!
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The poop in the bath should DEFINITELY go on the list. It is probably her last one, as she has now reached potty training age. You may find that she is dry at night very quickly. I had borrowed from a friend one of those alarm thingies that wake up a child when they start to pee in their sleep, but I returned it almost immediately because Alice became dry at night as soon as she was potty trained, which was a very pleasant surprise.
Her big girl bed looks very nice and princessy.
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