S T A T S
Weight |18lbs 13oz
Diapers | Size 3
Clothes | 9-12 month clothes
W H A T ‘S N E W
| Ivy is a full-time speed crawler now! She goes all over the house and does it fast!
| Ivy has started walking around furniture. She can only take a few steps, but they are intentional!
| Girlfriend can wave now and it is adorable and incredibly enthusiastic.
| She says “dada” and for sure says “momma” too… all the time!
L O V E S
LOVES playing in Nora’s room with all her big girl toys!
LOVES the rolly ball toy she got for Christmas.
LOVES being put up on daddy’s shoulders. She smiles so incredibly big the minute she’s up there.
LOVES opening cabinets in the kitchen which is a new found skill.
H A T E S
HATES having her face wiped off after eating.
HATES being tired or hungry.
So glad there are more loves than hates!
E A T
Ivy is still a great eater, but becoming less and less interested in her bottles. Here is a rough current eating schedule for Ivy:
7:30am – Finger foods (fruit, bread) and a bowl of oatmeal. Followed by a 4oz bottle.
11:30am – Finger foods (fruit, veggies, cheese, bread, puffs, yogurt bites etc.) 6oz bottle.
3:00pm – 6oz bottle
5:30pm Dinner (usually whatever she can eat that we are having) a fruit and veggie pouch.
6:30pm 4oz bottle
S L E E P
Here is Ivy’s typical daily nap/sleep schedule.
|6:30am wakes up for the day
| Morning nap between 8:30-9am. This nap lasts about an hour and a half.
| Afternoon nap between 12-1pm. This nap is typically two hours!
| Ivy still takes a cat nap in the evening so she can make it to bedtime. It’s typically around 5pm and is only 30-45 minutes.
| Bedtime routine is at 7 and she goes down fast!
You have been a pure joy this month! You are so incredibly active, always playing, moving, exploring! You are quick to smile and laugh and love to get any attention. You have really fallen in love with Nora this month and it melts momma and daddy’s hearts! You are just the best addition to our family ever. We are crazy about you Ives!
Nine Month Photos
Look How You’ve Grown
~8 Months to 9 Months~