She has been the solemn one. The quiet one. The shy smile.
She has also been ready for us. She was trying to crawl when we got her. All I did was put her knees up under her and she figured it out. She watches me and copies me.
She has been like a plant in dire need of water. I know she was loved and cared for in the orphanage, because I saw with my own eyes how much the nannies love those kids. But, I think she was somewhat neglected as the twin who didn't "need" as much.
We don't know which twin is older, but she gets my vote. She is more independent. Twin A.
She is curious...she will stick everything in her mouth to determine what it is good for. Even her own toes. If she likes it, she keeps a death grip. If not, she chunks it. :)
She fights going to sleep. She wants to see the world and be a part of it all. I have to cover the sides of the Pack 'N Play with blankets when it's time to sleep so she can't see everything else going on. She puts her head in the corner and pushes out trying to see around the blanket. Hilarious. Then she falls asleep sitting up and drops her head between her feet more times than not.
Little sister= toy. Big Brother = fun!
Yep, she just needed some TLC. Watching her blossom is going to be my joy for the rest of my life.