September 28, 2014

What will Baby 2 be?!

We find out Wednesday! We'll be sharing with our families on Saturday before we spread the word. 

We had a fabulous weekend with BFF celebrating the gender reveal of her baby...a boy! I'll be blogging about that too. :) 

I thought it'd be fun to see what all the wives tales say I'm having! 

Old Wives Tale #1: Heart Rate 
If the baby’s heart rate is above 140 bpm, it is said that the baby will be a girl. If it is under 140 bpm, then it will be a boy. (First time we heard the babies heartbeat it was at 153 bpm) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #2: Shape of Belly
If you are carrying high with a big, round belly, you are having a girl. If you are carrying low with a smaller belly that sticks straight out, it’s a boy. (I seem to definitely be BIG AND ROUND lol) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #3: Ring Test
Using a string, hang your wedding ring over your pregnant belly. You are having a girl if the ring swings back and forth and it’s a boy if it swings in a circle. Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #4: Acne
If you have acne while pregnant, it’s a girl. It’s thought that acne during pregnancy is caused by the extra hormones. Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #5: Cravings
People believe that if you are craving salty foods while pregnant, you can count on having a boy. If you crave sweets, fruit, and orange juice, you are having a little girl. (definitely been eating the fruits and sweets. Just about the only thing I WILL eat!) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #6: Skin under Left Eye
The eye test is when a “V” or “branches” appear when you pull down the skin under your left eye. If you see a “V” or “branches” in the white part, you’re having a girl. I don't see anything. But I'm also not sure what to look for.  Prediction outcome: Boy

Old Wives Tale #7: Time of Conception
The person that is most aggressive in bed at the time of conception is the opposite of what the baby will be. Confusing and personal!  Prediction outcome: INCONCLUSIVE

Old Wives Tale #8: Legs
If your legs get really big, you’re having a boy. If your legs stay in shape and lean, it’s a girl. I don't know about my legs but my hips sure are spreading...again Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #9: Moodiness and a Little Pecker (this one is odd, but funny)
If you are really moody, you are having a girl since you have another extra girl hormones in you. Your pregnancy will make you smile and be more happy if you are having a boy because there’s a little penis inside you. (Well... I'm just gonna give my prediction as I'm sure most of you know how I'm feeling these days) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #10: Chinese Gender Chart
The Chinese Gender Chart claims to have an accuracy rate of over 90%. It is based on how old the mother is at conception and the month that she conceived. Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #11: Mom’s Beauty
Basically you are having a girl if your beauty disappears during pregnancy. It is said that the girl “steals” the mother’s beauty. If you think that pregnancy has never made you look more beautiful, a little boy it is. (well... this is bias as my only comparison are friends and family and they lie I'm sure saying I look beautiful... liars lol. but in my opinion, I have definitely looked better!) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #12: Dream of Sex of Baby
If you have dreams that you are having a boy, you will have a girl. If you dream about having a girl, it will be a boy. Dreams show the opposite of what you are having. I haven't dreamed about this baby yet. :( Prediction outcome: INCONCLUSIVE 

Old Wives Tale #13: Clumsy vs. Graceful
If the pregnant woman is graceful throughout her pregnancy, she’s having a girl. If she becomes clumsy, she’s having a boy. (I'm pretty clumsy, have yet to fall but I'm running into things all the time) Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #14: Side You Most Rest On
If a pregnant woman prefers to lay on her left side, she’s having a boy. If she prefers resting on her right side, she’s having a girl. This is weird because I usually prefer my left but the right has been more comfortable. Prediction outcome: INCONCLUSIVE 

Old Wives Tale #15: Dad’s Weight Gain
If the dad-to-be gains weight while you are pregnant, it’s a girl. If he doesn’t gain weight, you’re having a boy. Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #16: Breast Test
If a pregnant woman’s left breast is larger than the right breast, she’s having a girl. If the right breast is larger, it’s a boy.  Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #17: What Do You Think?
71% of the time, the mom-to-be knows what she is having. This varies day to day. Today... Prediction outcome: GIRL 

Old Wives Tale #18: Morning Sickness
If you had a smooth pregnancy with no morning sickness, it’s a boy. If you were sick or felt really nauseous during your pregnancy, count on a girl. (Oh yea, I've been sick. it sucks.) Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #19: Areolae
If your areolae (the part around your nips) have darkened, it’s a boy. If they haven't, its a girl. Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #20: Protein
When a pregnant woman craves meat and cheese, count on a boy. Those are 2 things I do not want!!!  Prediction outcome: GIRL

Old Wives Tale #21: Feet
Are your feet colder now that you are pregnant? If so, you just might be having a boy. If your feet have stayed the same before pregnancy and during, you’re having a little girl. Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #22: Headaches
If you are having headaches, you might be carrying a boy. Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #23: Baby Names
It is said that when you can only think of specific names for a boy or a girl, you will have that particularly baby. Prediction outcome: BOY

Old Wives Tale #24: Urine
What color is your pee? If it is bright yellow, you will have a little boy. If your urine is a dull yellow, plan on a girl. Prediction outcome: GIRL


September 25, 2014

ABCs of Summer...T, U, V Day

I feel like an awful mother to my first born. When we got back from LaVernia is when I found out I was pregnant. I was always tired before I knew, but fought through it...once I knew that I was so tired was because I was pregnant I napped when P did, and didn't go to bed too long after she did. Therefore I stopped blogging. I feel like I owe it to P to finish blogging about our ABCs of Summer days! 

But because it's been so long, and I have tons to blog about I thought I'd combine some days! 

So T day was going to be a target trip day to get a pregnancy test because I felt like I could've been pregnant. I decided to do that the day before when P was at the sitter! 

So instead T day was a trip to the Teacher Store! Since we missed the big sale day I had to go to get stuff to get going on my classroom! P was very helpful pushing the cart, and putting things in the cart. She got mad when we had to stop pushing the cart to pay, and threw all her goldfish on the ground. She did not help clean those up. Thankful there were sweet girls behind me who helped. :) 

U is for underwater! Another day at the pool! P loves the pool! This was a swim lesson day too. P is done with those now since summer is over and she's started dance. Anyway, we went to the community pool. She always has so much fun there, and still says pool! Everything we drive by it. 

V is for Victory?! Or at least that was my goal for this day. P was in a size 3 shoe FOREVER! She was outgrowing then so it was time to find some size 4s! We went to 5 different shoe stores this day. There was no victory! I ended up ordering some sperrys from Amazon that are totes adorbs so victory there! Oh and I got free shipping thanks to Amy letting me use her prime account! 

And that's all. Boring I know but I'm sure P will appreciate this some day. 

Um I can't blog without a picture. T is for tbt? It's not Thursday. T is for Tech. We're on our way there now. 

August 3, 2014

Family Vacay Getaway!

Growing up our summer vacations were always to go visit family. I mean they are called family vacations, right?! This was totally fine with me! Maybe because I didn't know any different? Ryan and I took our little trip to Galveston this summer with just the 2 of us, but we wanted to go on a trip with P! So we went to La Vernia to visit family! Dana is Ryan's cousin, but I consider her my cousin & BFF too! We always have so much fun together!

We decided to leave in the evening hoping that Prestyn would sleep...after we got some dinner, and she was getting cranky with all the toys it was time to give some Melatonin! ...don't judge! Melatonin is an all natural sleep aid. They make it for babies Prestyn's age. I was nervous at first, but it was fine & safe! It's not like something we do all the time, but it did help!

Prestyn slept most of the way...she woke up for the last couple hours, but was really good. I kept a bag of tricks on the floor board in front me. I bought toys she had never seen before, and would entertain her with those, snacks, and the iPad! I guess there really isn't a secret to traveling with a toddler, but having new toys was exciting for her!

Once we got there the Clevelands' were still going strong! We let P play with the girls for a while then it was time to go to bed! I think I finally went to bed at 2 AM after chatting with Paul & Dana all night! I was hurtin' the next morning, but it was worth it to catch up! I haven't stayed up that late in a LONG time! Thankfully Prestyn slept until 9!

So the next day was our zoo day. I already blogged about that. We were all pretty tired after the zoo so once P went to bed we watched a movie! BRIDESMAIDS! Y'all! Watch Bridesmaids with 3 4th graders and you'll never laugh harder! We had so much fun quoting that movie over and over again to go with any situation!

We planned on chilling the next day. That's what vacations are for! Relaxing! After a yummy breakfast, Prestyn took a nap, and we were all ready to party in the pool! We had fun dancing and singing to old music, and watching the girls go down the slide! Once Prestyn woke up from her nap she was ready to go in the pooo! She got in their pooo several times actually! They had the perfect little area for her to splash around, and have fun!

It's seriously so hard to put this weekend into words. It may have been short, but so many wonderful memories were made. It was so fun to see P interacting with the Cleveland Girls! They had so much fun with her, and she had so much fun with them! Oh! And their cat...P really wants a cat, and this momma really wants to give her one...but after a confirmed visit to the allergist it is confirmed that I am allergic so in his words, "that would be a bad idea!"

We are so blessed to be a part of such a welcoming and heart wearming family. We felt like we were at home with the Clevelands! And really enjoyed our time away. :) ...until next time!

She was seriously in the pool so much I finally said forget all the cute suits! ;)

Me and my sweet girl enjoying our time together :)

Audrey and Avery with P

P ready to play with Cat. In the cute outfit the Clevelands got her. :)

August 1, 2014

ABCs of Summer...S Day

S is for SUMMER!!! And it's coming to an end. :( A little bittersweet. I'm going to miss these days with my sweet girl, but I'm also ready to meet my new babies & get back in a school routine!

Our S day was spent at The San Antonio Zoo! This weekend we went to La Vernia to visit our family. La Vernia is about 20 minutes from San Antonio. We either wanted to go to the zoo or Sea World...which also starts with an S! Yes...I saw Black I do not agree with it...but a kid is a kid, and I don't want to take that experience away from her! I can explain it to her later! ;) Plus anyway we would've spent the day at the Sesame Street part...I heard though that Prestyn was still too little for this...after you pay an arm and a leg for tickets you want her to be able to enjoy it! So the zoo it was!

Prestyn missed her nap this day so maybe the zoo didn't go as well as it could have, but that's ok! We still enjoyed our time! It wasn't hot at all! When we got there there was a nice little sprinkle that cooled it was nice!

We got Prestyn an umbrella stroller to take...she LOVED it! In fact she loved it so much that before the trip all she wanted to do was ride in it...well then when we were at the zoo she was ok with riding in it...until she wanted to push it! I'm telling you this sweet girl is a little mommy! She wanted to push it like she does her babies! That resulted in some crankiness...Dip N Dots fixed that though! ;) Yum! She loved the flavor Daddy chose...fine by me! I was able to enjoy mine all by myself!

Audrey, Allyson, and Avery were so sweet with P. They wanted to push her around in the stroller, and make sure she had her snack! We got a few pictures here to share. :) It really was a great day! I wish we could of seen more of the zoo, but I guess we'll have to go back!

Avery & Hippos!


Feeding nectar to the birds!

Just hanging out with this guy at a yummy authentic Mexican restaurant at the Pearl Brewery in San Antonio!

I love this picture of the cousins outside the restaurant!

July 28, 2014

ABCs of Summer...R Day

You know one of my favorite things starts with the letter R! Reading!! You know what another one of our favorite things is?! Rain! That is when we don't HAVE to go anywhere...

So this day the storm was uh-brewin! Ryan LOVES thunderstorms! To me this is great sleeping weather, but when you have a still have to entertain!

My plan was to go to the Rockwall Country Library for books to READ! Then this day was the BIG education sale at Mardel...I thought we could go, but with the rain it just wasn't a good idea...

So instead...I looked up rainy day activities on Pinterest! I didn't really do anything I pinned, but there were some things I'll save for the future! We ended up building a fort! Prestyn LOVED it! I'm not a pro fort builder, but it was fun! We sat in the fort, and read Cat in the Hat with a flashlight. She loves books and loved the flashlight! We had Elmo in there with us too! Why did I choose Cat in the Hat to read?! Because it's about kids sitting inside on a rainy day, duh! ;)

The rain did calm down, and Nonna was at work that day so since she now lives down the street Prestyn and I went to visit while Husband napped.

You know what else R stands for?! Road Trip! So our plan was to travel to La Vernia late this night so Prestyn would sleep. Well at 4 o'clock I was READY to go! So we road tripped it! There's a whole notha blog comin' about that one! With some things that worked for us...traveling with a toddler that maybe some mommas could use?! That blog post will be after the S post! :)

Cheers! XOXO

This was a different day, but I thought the pictures were fitting for this's an idea for a rainy day activity! One of Prestyn's FAVORITE games! Just pom poms in a water bottle!

I tried to get her to use the tongs to move them around in the muffin tin, but we're still working on how to use those. ;)

My little book worm!

She loves her Elmo! She treats him like one of her babies, and gives him a paci. :)

I just love those little piggies! She was trying to turn on a "moooie" :)

ABCs of Summer...Q Day

Wowie Wow Wow! Summer is coming to an end...I've been tutoring 2 days a week, but the past 2 weeks I'm tutoring 4 days a week. So I'm busy, tired, and entertaining a toddler most of the time! And let's not forget to keep a little romance going with the hubs and I! So I'm super late in blogging...I'll try to get caught up! I love you, Prestyn Reese, but these ABCs of Summer are wearing me out! ha!

So you know what starts with the letter Q? Quiet Time, Quinlan, Dairy Queen, Quilts, and Quality Time. My sweet husband did some research before this day, and said Prestyn could make a fabric and paper quilt! I love him so much! We decided to have some quiet time and quality time together as a family!

It's been so long since our Q day so I'll try to remember how we spent our day...a few blogs back (my O day specifically) I complained about how hot it was outside. God was listening! ;) We got up the morning of the Q day, and it was a BEAUTIFUL morning!!! Prestyn and I went for a nice long walk. I just prayed aloud for the 2 of us thanking God for His beauty and glory! I was in awe with how gorgeous this summer morning was!

Pretty much every day Prestyn asks to go "out" "pool". And usually I tell her it's too hot, and she says "hot." Well this day was an exception! Dada filled up her little pool, and we all just relaxed & enjoyed the day together! The pictures speak for themselves!

Oh! And we had quesedillas for lunch! Prestyn's consisted of: spinach leaves, refried beans, and cheese. She LOVED it, and ate it up!!! So now I know that's a way to get her to eat some greens. ;)

She took her chair into her pool all by herself! LOL!


Call us white trash, but we enjoyed this! ha!


July 14, 2014

ABCs of Summer...P Day

Another day that I have been looking forward to for a long time! So many things start with the letter P! We had a lot planned, and got to do a lot of it! It was a fun day!

Ryan got home this morning so our morning was spent as a family. We kept saying things that started with the letter P to be like "it's P's day!" ha!

Our plan was to go to the Perot museum after lunch so we were anxious for P to nap, eat, and go!

For lunch Prestyn had pizza! She's had it before, but now that she's eating more on her own it was funny to watch her eat it. She eats the cheese, sauce, and hamburger off the top of it...not the crust! I also made her 1/2 a PB & J sandwich to see what she thought...again...something she's had before, but not really fed herself. SHE LOVED IT! :) I used the blackberry jam we got from Ham's Orchard...she kept asking for more!

Aaaaand it just occurred to me that I should of gone back to the ORCHARD for O day! Duh! Oh and my friend Jaimee reminded me that O stands for Ocean! I planned to make the jellyfish we didn't make on J day, but still haven't gotten to that yet...give me a break people...I have a 16 month old! ;)

Back to P day! I forgot to include that in the morning play time we did some water color painting. Prestyn wasn't too interested in it. She'd rather draw on her marker board. Ha!

The drive to Dallas to go to to the museum was less than enjoyable. There was a ton of traffic, and Prestyn was in. a. mood.

We were pleasantly surprised when we got there though! We knew mine & Prestyn's ticket would be free because I'm a teacher, and she's under 2! When we were going to buy Ryan's ticket we asked if First Responders are also free...YES THEY ARE! So guess what?! The Thomas family got in FOR FREE! If Joann Dickerson is reading this right now she knows how exciting FOR FREE is for me! ;)

You know what else was a nice surprise! At first we thought the $8 museum parking was full...we drove down literally a foot down, and parked in $3 parking! Take notes people! This is worth it!

So when you go to the museum they tell you to start on the 4th floor, and work your way down. There's also signs everywhere that say elevators are for strollers! And there are stairs and an escalator for those without strollers. But who follows the rules anymore?! Well we do! Because we have a stroller! And we needed the room...aaaaanywaaaay! The elevators are glass so we thought P would have been really excited to ride the elevator. NEGATIVE! It scared her! We got off on the 4th floor then wanted to go up to the see the birds. She was hesitant but rode...We then had to ride the elevator down. Oh brother! Then when it was time to get back on again...she just shook her head NO AND SAID NOOOO!

So I carried P all the way down the stairs to the Children's Museum while Ryan took the stroller down the elevator. We got to go down the musical stairs though that were cool! Ryan and I were really excited to see everything the museum had to offer, but to expect a 16 month old to want to look at all that is a little cray cray! ;) So we'll be going back just the 2 of us, and probably see one of the movies too!

The Children's Museum was cool though. They had lots of fun things that I know P would have loved had she not been sleepy, or had there not already been a ton of kids there messing everything up. haha! So next time we take her it'll probably be in the morning...

My plan for that afternoon was to play with play-doh. We didn't get to that, but we did the other day. Prestyn thought it was fun at first, but then she just told me no when I was rolling it out flat. haha! And then she was happy again when I used cookie cutters to make the Play-Doh into shapes. She did her cute face where she drops her jaw in a smile! Love that sweet girl!

Here's some pics from the museum. :)

This gave me a good idea of something to do with P! :)

Staring at the little boy who was playing by her ;)

ABCs of Summer...O Day

O is for...obligation?! I feel like I've started blogging about each and every day. No matter how mundane they may be I feel obligated to tell you all about our days! ha! I used to be a good writer...maybe that will happen again when I'm intrigued by profound thoughts! I was a little lost on what we would do this day other than go outside...but's July! In Texas! So needless to say it was waaaaay too hot to spend time outside!

We did start the morning with swim lessons so I'll just say that O stands for Opposite Day?! ::Huge Side Note:: Remember that time I bravely posted a picture of my skin?! Well here I go bravely posting a picture of my bikini body! I took this because my bathing suit colors were opposite like our O day. I thought...I need to blog about this, and how my body image has changed after having a baby. So maybe this blog won't be much about the letter O, but whatever! ;)

I will say that I already had these yellow bottoms, but the top was a triangle top. After nursing/pumping for 13 months triangle tops are not my friend! My beautiful friend, Jaimee, wore these colors and I loved it! Thankfully Target doesn't change their suits much so I was able to get an accommodating top!

So I once saw something that said: "Forget being 'Skinny Minnie'! Be Healthy Holly!" I loved this! I may not be super skinny or have a flat tummy BUT I'VE HAD A BABY! And I'm proud of that! And that's not an excuse to not be in shape. I do what I can to eat right and get exercise in ways outside of the gym...because as a working momma...who has time for the gym?! Besides the Melissas who go at 5 AM! ha!

Sure I could stand to lose a few pounds, but I'm healthy! I am maintaining a healthy weight, and eat right...but I also eat what I want! If I want queso I eat queso! If I want ice cream I eat ice cream! I just make it up for it the next day, or I plan ahead so that I leave some room in my daily caloric intake for those pleasures!

And you know what else? My husband loves me & my healthy body! As far as physical appearances go...I only need to impress him & be happy with myself! So there!

Anyway so back to O day. O is for Opposite day. And not just bathing suit colors...but also P's behavior at swim lessons! Bless her heart! I don't know if it's the 3 new teeth she's getting right now, or the after effects of the shots she got...She was just off! She pretty much clung to me and cried the whole time during lessons. Even her instructor, Ms. Jennifer, didn't want to put her through torture, and allowed me to just hold her...we tried!

After a long nap at home we had lunch, and took a trip to the G store! That's a fun way to say grocery store...ha! We got eggs to make omelets for dinner and oreos for our afternoon snack! It had been a while since P had played with her favorite twins: Gabie & Sophie so we took Oreos and juice over for a play date! We also got some hand me clothes from the girls! P and the girls played outside for a bit, and I figured out what we're getting P for her birthday next year! An outdoor playhouse! She loved theirs!

Oh and how could I forget?! O stands for Old Stompin' Grounds! I had to make an Advocare delivery for Ry Guy the Advocare Guy in Rowlett so I took P through my Old neighborhood! I showed her the house I grew up in, the school I went to, and taught at! I showed her where Nonna used to work too!

O is for ongoing nonsense?? I'll stop now! Good night friends!


Healthy Holly

Opposite of a bow? Hat day for momma & P!

P looks great in her bathing suit too! :)

July 9, 2014

Prestyn's 15th Month

::sigh:: Our sweet girl is actually almost 16th months, but because of the set back we had with her 12 month appointment due to ear infections we were just able to get in for her 15 month appointment...

So anyway...turning 15 months is much more than a doctor's visit! When I first had P I read (and agreed) that growth spurts happen every 3, 6, 9, 12 weeks and months. I'd like to go ahead and add 15 to that! And I'm going to be prepared for this to happen at 18 months!

It was like all of a sudden she was STARVING!! And outgrowing all of her 12 month clothes! Even her little feet are getting bigger! She'll be able to finish the summer wearing her size 3 shoes, but when we go buy new Fall shoes I'll be buying a 4! You know what else is a size 4?! The boots we got P when we revealed she was a girl!!! So yay! I'm already thinking of our Fall Photos we'll do, and use for our Christmas cards! YAY!

So anyway...Prestyn also has worn any 12 month clothes for the last time. :( Some size 12-18 still fit, but pretty much 18 month and some 24 month are what fit her best. This growth spurt resulted in her all of a sudden waking in the middle of the night, and needing to be held before going back to sleep on her own. It also resulted in eating a ton, and then not wanting to eat ANYTHING! I'm thankful for Mrs. Amber because I know P eats for her. And when Prestyn says, "bite" "mommy's", I give her a bite of mommy's because she wasn't eating much of her own food!

I would say that breakfast is her favorite meal. Or favorite time of day to eat. I guess because she's sleeping 10-12 hours at night so when she wakes up she's HANGRY! I'm sure I could get her to eat anything at breakfast time...she typically has things like: yogurt, banana, berries, grapes, donuts, waffles, french toast, eggs, muffins, etc. This week we'll be trying Pop Tarts on the P day. ;)

So now that Prestyn is home with me 5 days a week (she goes to Mrs. Amber's 2 days a week) her schedule has changed some since we're not trying to wake up, and rush to get to school! So we wake up around 7:30, have breakfast, then depending on the activities we have that day we usually just play at home. Then P will nap from about 10-1. When she wakes up she's ready to eat lunch! Not her favorite time of day because she usually knows that after lunch we go "bye-bye". So she's saying "bye-bye", and she's ready to go!

We definitely have a toddler on our hands! She will throw down, and throw a fit no matter where we are or who we're around! It's quite embarassing, and most of the time I'm not sure how to handle it. I don't know why, but I worry about how others are judging me. When we're at home, and she throws these fits I talk her through it; then if it continues she goes to time out for 1 minute in her bed. Which is another issue I wasn't sure about, but a friend made a good point that she's safe in there...and the way this toddler throws fits...SAFE IS BEST! ;)

Prestyn has a pretty extensive vocabulary too! I mean I recognize this, and am so proud of her...but with her being my 1st and only (so far) I don't know any different! Well to document what words she knows up to this point I thought I'd try to list here it goes!

HI (waves), Bye-Bye (waves), duck (paci), dog (and knows that they woof), duck (to say quack quack quack it sounds more like "duck duck duck"), coke (milk), pup (cup), eat, more, please, thank you (I'm pretty sure I'm most proud of those 2!) ;), ball, baby, Elmo, back, up, down, bubbles, juice, mommy, momma, daddy, dada, Nonna, Gee, Early, Ricky, Kiki, Harper, Prestyn, night-night, bath, cat (meows too), cow (moos too), pig (oinks), lion (roars), monkey (also says oooo oooo aaaa aaaa)...

I'm sure there's more, but look at that! Isn't she awesome?! She can also point out her head, belly, toes, nose, eyes, ears! She loves singing and dancing! She gets those legs uh-goin' and just can't stop! She's also a little book worm! Prestyn loves to read! Loves, loves, loves, loves it! She will just sit, and look at a book then say words like she's reading it. I'm so proud! Seriously! Can you tell?!

I feel like with me blogging so much this summer with the ABCs posts that you all have a pretty good idea of where P's how she measured up at the doctor:

Weight: 22.8 lbs 65th percentile
Height: 30 in 35th percentile
Head Circumference: 17 I think? All I know is it's 81st percentile! She has a big head! haha!

And since we're past the monthly pictures I thought I'd post some from my phone that I haven't shared yet...because what's a blog post without pictures?!