Sawyer Beth aka Sigher Bef…my little princess. I can't believe you are two years old!
I also can't believe I have kept up with 24 monthly posts over the past two years! You are so much fun at this age! You fully believe you are a princess and tell us often that your name is Sophia and you are a princess. You LOVE to play with your babies and stuffed animals, you have at least one of them in your arms at all times. I am hoping it is getting you ready to be a big sister.
You talk about your brudder a lot. You really want to help me change his biaper (not a typo). And, share your toys with him. Let's hope that sticks. You love your new "micycle" and playing in your new big girl room. You are doing great sleeping in your big girl bed. You are not at all a morning person, me either, I understand.
You love to help me - with the laundry, cook, work, pretty much everything which I love because we can do everything together. You are my best little buddy.
Some days you are a daddy's girl, some days you are all about mommy, some times you get mad at us and only want your grandparents. Some days you want "errbody gether." You are pretty bossy and are always telling us and everyone else what to do. You usually say please though.
You talk 98% of the time you are awake. Basically whenever you aren't eating dinner or snacks. All meals are dinner. Your eating is getting better. You have discovered ketchup and if you can dip it you will eat it. Your favorite foods are waffles, pasta, peanut butter, nuts of any kind, grew-berries (blueberries), milk, peas, strawburs, nannas and ANY sweets.
You are a super girly-girl. You love to do your "pintail" every morning and always ask for a bow or a clip hair- usually the "sparkedy" one. You love to paint your nails, watch any show with a princess on it and sing songs, mostly jingle bells and Navidad. At your two-year check up you weighed 26 pounds (59%) and were 34 inches tall (47%). You are wearing mostly 2T clothes, size 6-7 shoes and size 4 diapers. We are still working on potty training, you do awesome at school but not so much at home. You make me laugh all the time and ask me what I am doing at least 10000000 times per day. You have taught me patience I never knew I was capable of, thank you. I wish I could press pause and keep you right here at this age, but at the same time I can't wait to see what the next year and beyond hold for you. I know it will only get better. I love you little squeak!!