Big Girl

Little Miss is coming up so every quickly on 14 months and I just can’t believe it. Her words and signing are both increasing rapidly and last night we went out for a “girls night” with some of my friends who are Deaf. It was a fantastic evening and LM signed and played peek-a-boo with a friend.

Peek-a-boo with the Olive Garden napkin

Yesterday we had a “photoshoot” too in her adorable new Carters (yes I may have an addiction) outfit. I never thought I would enjoy buying clothes, let alone tiny ones, but it is very fun.

The time out of the house made me remember how much I miss that part of my life. I miss being engaged and actively having to think and process and be challenged. It’s not to say that I am not challenged at home with LM it’s just not the same kind of challenge. I am learning how to balance it all, slowly though, as well as working on some goals. I am hoping I am able to make as much of all of them as I plan.

After kids what did you start doing for *YOU* time? To keep an active mind?


4 thoughts on “Big Girl

  1. I love that you taught her sign language. I have determined that when I have kids I would love to teach them how to sign while they are growing up.

    Was it a difficult task and how early did you start?

    BTW she is absolutely adorable 🙂

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