Chronicling Lexi
14 months old
Lexi is an amazing little thing. Much shorter than her peers but motoring around with the best of them. She runs after Kate now, through the house and around the yard. She loves music. She's always trying to sing and manages to sing along pretty well just with la-ah type sounds. She dances well, sitting or standing. She loves to read, particularly Sandra Boynton, Eric Carle, the book we have with pictures of animals and all the touch and feel. She gets tickled to do things with Kate and I that make her feel like a "big girl" such as sitting on a bench between us. She got a new, pricier carseat and now she sleep EVERY car ride, which is great because she's always been pretty sleep deprived. So, I guess she'll be picky about her pillows like I am! She's obsessed with remotes and the phone, much moreso than Kate was, and I thought she was extreme. She had a bad cold this month and missed church and now she's having a hard time in the nursery again. She's definitely a more sensitive soul than Kate was at this age.
posted by kristen @ 11:41 PM  
  • At 2/28/2007 4:16 PM, Blogger Lenise said…

    Interesting. Isaac is also less of a sleeper than Jay, and less happy in the nursery. And our guys love Eric Carle books, too!

  • At 3/01/2007 2:02 PM, Blogger Jennifer said…

    What carseat did you end up getting for her? We ordered Coleman's Regent and it should be here in July.

    On the topic of Sandra Boynton... if you have a Kohl's there her 3 CD/Book combos are their Kohl's Cares for Kids campaign right now. We got all three of them and the music is great and the illustrations etc are good as always. Not bad for $5 each when they run a lot more than that at Amazon.

  • At 3/01/2007 2:51 PM, Blogger kristen said…

    We got her a Marathon, both she and Kate have them. They are good to 65# ff and they are both pretty petite so I think they should last them a good long while! And it is nice to be able to extend rfing for them and any future kids born before they expire.

    I saw that Boynton thing, I need to pick them up. Thanks for the reminder!

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