Jonathan asked me two nights back, "Did you take Lily's monthly picture?" I responded by asking, "It isn't the 15th, yet, is it?" That is evidence of a long day, folks. Lily was born on the 13th of November, not the 15th.
So here it is, just two days late:
Lily is on the move. She climbs and cruises. Sometimes it seems like she'd rather find a piece of furniture to cruise on to get to her final destination rather than crawl (which turns out to be the faster alternative). She's also using her walker to get around.
Lily still only has two bottom teeth. We've started adding more finger foods though, because she manages fine with only two teeth. Let's face it, she's had lots of practice with random bits of paper she's managed to find on her crawling adventures. She's had cheerios, very cooked carrots, and shredded cheese.
Our almost one year old is also starting to shake her head "no". I'm not sure she's always trying to say "no" but it comes at times when you'd think she was. For instance, she shook her head at me when I put her in the crib for a nap. She also shook her head two minutes into a feeding when she decided she wasn't into it anymore and I plopped her on the floor. Here's another cute video of her "saying no":
So a lot has changed since last month. Lily definitely is seeming less and less baby-like as time passes.