Noble's technology has been advancing swiftly - when's she's not scooping and spearing with cracking dexterity at mealtime she's climbing disturbing heights and pointing to eyes, ears, and noses whenever prompted. Exclaiming things "too hot" and "ball," finger painting, scribbling with and occasionally resisting chewing crayons are only recent developments, her gait has been gaining grace and agility since her birthday, and so has her sense of direction. Notable charms include the intimacy she shares with her toys, the way she naps against her dad's chest, the miraculous transition she's made to sleeping in her queen sized bed and the delight at her forward-facing passenger experience. She's 28 lbs. of arm-numbing need, with little patience and an enduring self-assured right to breastmilk.
Met with her infectious smile, her tiny, lovable comrades gather around to welcome her every morning, but a life among her peers has left its mark. In two weeks, she's been bitten four times, but we're confident she's working on diffusing tensions over Lego disputes without violence.
It's been six months, here's what you missed:
It's pigtail country around here now, and the terrain is adorable.