29 Months Old (600th post)

by Jen Lee Reeves on May 29, 2008 · 1 comment

in blogging, jordan, May08, Milestone, Words

In my constant documentation of Jordan, we’ve reached my girl’s 29th month. Every month is another amazing jump in independence and personality. I’m not sure how I can properly document this little one’s growth as she becomes more like a a little person every day. I obviously post a lot. This happens to be my 600th post about a 29 month old. That seems a bit extreme. I guess this mom blog thing has become quite the hobby.

Along with her growing potty skills (for those of you who know more than what I’ve been posting about that process, she finally let loose today), she’s working on ways to get her clothes off. She’s not an expert on putting clothes on, but off is turning into an impressive skill. I came up with a way to help her take shirts off: little arm out first, pull the shirt over her head and then shake her big arm out. It’s going very well. These are the little things that used to worry me. But she finds solutions each and every day. I’m proud to be a part of it.

If I’m lucky, I’ll find a way to stay patient as her powerfully stubborn tests try me. She will fight just about anything I ask her to do. But she and I are learning. I’m training her and she thinks she’s training me.

Either way, in the last month, Jordan has picked up more words and abilities to really talk about what she wants, needs and is curious about. She’s always asking things like: “What’s that?” “What’s that sound?” “I want that!” “I do it!” Classic stuff. It’s just so fun to watch her grow.

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Maia June 2, 2008 at 8:31 pm

Hi,
I just found your blog and have enjoyed reading through some of it. Your children are beautiful! My little sister Katia (7) is missing one of her arms and has trouble with some of the things you have talked about. She’s made up some pretty ingenious methods of doing things. Thanks for writing!

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