Katie Belle is 22 months old today!
Tonight she was excited that her daddy was making bacon.
I got my Mother's Day breakfast for dinner tonight!
I didn't want to eat a big breakfast yesterday morning and then go to church and wear spanx for 3 hours! Can I get an Amen?
Katie waited patiently for her bacon and "eggths"!
She thoroughly enjoyed them along with the pancakes too!
This baby is a joy and a blessing and always has us laughing!
I love that she will cuddle on us and watch cartooths. I know that won't last forever.
Katie has the best memory and knows her letters, colors and some numbers.
She loves music, books, dancing and coloring. She is so good to put all the caps back on her markers and then put them away. Her "clean up" gene didn't come from me, but I appreciate it!
This is the same girl one year ago at 10 months!
ugh! It's kind of like the Twilight Zone, when I look at pictures from just 12 months ago. Things change so fast!
I just adore her chubby hand print.
She made this at church yesterday:
And this cute pencil holder is from school:
I wonder how my mom would feel if I gave her something with my hand print on it now? I guess we can find out at Christmas!
Katie's last day of school is on Thursday. Our plan has been to get rid of "Wub" her pacifier after school is out. It BREAKS MY HEART to even think of that! She didn't become attached to it until she was about 16 months old. Now she wants it almost all the time, especially when she needs some comfort. I hate taking her comfort away.
And I am not one to feel pressured by time lines or what other people say. Marcus and I just feel like it's time to give it up. We can tell that her teeth are changing because of it too. Again, that's not a huge deal to me either. It's just time!
I think my plan is to cut the end off a little bit so it won't feel the same. I like that idea better then taking it away from her, because let's be honest people, I would cave in about 2 minutes. Honestly, probably less. She doesn't understand why she can't have Wub.
Oh my goodness I could cry just thinking about it!
The thing is, Katie didn't care about stopping breast feeding, or stopping the bottle either. I guess I'm the real baby here!
I would love your suggestions or stories on how you took the pacifier away!