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Monthly Archive for October, 2014

Obligatory Halloween Post

Last Saturday the family went to a Halloween party on our street.  The existence of things like Halloween parties, by the way, is exactly why we moved to this block.  I know the names of more people on this street after three weeks than I knew on our previous street after 4.5 years. Ava wasn’t […]

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Ava Officially Rolls

For several weeks, Ava was experimenting with rolling, but never quite making it all the way over.  Any time you put her down, she would turn on her side.  She would even try to turn in her high chair.   On Saturday Ava officially rolled over from her back to her front.  With this new […]

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Solids

What do you mean, “No more sweet potatos?”

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New House

I’ve been writing a post in my head all weekend about how hard being a working mother is, but I was too busy taking care of Ava and billing while she slept to write it.  So instead I bring you an easier post about our new house!   This house is much smaller than our […]

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Ava is Five Months Old

Ava is changing in so many different ways, for her five-month summary I wanted to break it down by category. Independence/Motor Skills Ava can sit up for longer periods of time.  It used to be that she would slump over or even fall forward and have her head in a pillow if she wasn’t supported. […]

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Trying to Roll

I was changing Ava’s clothing this weekend when she started doing this:   She’s trying to roll!  Ava has been working on her abs lately by lifting her legs up into the air.   The next step was to then twist onto her side, like the first picture.  Now she tries to roll all the […]

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Sleep Training

Ava is such a fun baby these days.  She’s so happy and I think a lot of it is due to her consistent schedule.  Her naps used to be pretty unpredictable, but she now naps at the same times every day.  She gets up at 8am, takes a nap in her stroller at 10:55 am […]

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