Her stats are:
Height: 25 1/4 inches- 90th percentile
Weight: 12 pounds - 25th percentile (12th percentile when I check online though...)
Head circumference: 16 1/4" - 90th percentile
Other things that have gone on this past month:
We've started somewhat of a sleep training process. Really, we are just sticking really hard to the E.A.S.Y. method and trying to get good, consistently long naps. We also have started really focusing on bedtime and having her always sleep in her crib during naps rather than the swing.
Rolls over but is very content to be on her tummy as well.
She laughs and coos quite often now, especially when on the changing pad after her bath. She loves getting lotion rubbed on her and the "close up" attention and the faces we make at her while doing this.
She still LOVES attention and if I can predict anything about her future personality, I venture that she will be a little social butterfly.
She gets occasional visits from her brother in her crib--usually in the middle of her nap because Hudson wants a playmate. ha! in the blink of an eye, he will running her room, climb up and into
She's fitting into 3-6 month clothes, but not really grown out of 3 month yet
She can hold her head up easily and loves to look all around while doing so. I think she likes the new perspective.
She is starting to reach for toys, but can't really grasp them yet.
She is very aware of her surroundings and will turn to light/noise
My favorite part of Hallie's behavior right now is that she goes to sleep on her own so well--sometimes cries for a minute, but will basically go to sleep on her own! It's the best, and a far cry from where we were with Hudson at this age (who basically would only fall to sleep if nursing.) She still struggles making it through sleep cycles consistently, but once she get back to sleep, she is known to take 3 2 hr naps in the day and sometimes a catnap in the evening. We are in such a better place with her sleeping than we were with Hudson at this time. Starting from birth made SUCH a huge difference.
We love our Hallie girl and the brightness that she brings into our life.