Lightbulb Moments

Every day that passes, I feel Michaela slipping away from a baby to a little girl. It seems that in the past few weeks, she has grown so much. Her language is improving vastly every day and her motor skills are becoming more precise as well.
This week she finally understood the concept of a few of her toys that she has played with for months. It almost seemed like a lightbulb went off in her head.

This is a simple wooden stacking toy. She used to turn it over, take the rings off and crawl away. On this occasion she finally understood that she is suppose to put them back on! After she would build the stack she would look at me, smile and clap for herself. I am so proud of her for figuring this out all by herself.


You can see the look of concentration on her face.
If her tongue isn't out, the mouth is at least open!

It isn't quite in the correct order but we can take baby steps to get there.

This fun little toy is always on our fridge. Typically she would play the music and dance. Put on this day she finally understood that the pieces to the animals go in the barn. She even matched them up correctly. Once she learned to do this she repeated this over and over again. Clapping for herself at the end every time!

This was her first match!
I never knew it was possible to be so proud of your children for the smallest accomplishments!

I am so thankful that God has given us Michaela. It has been such a blessing to watch her blossom and become a toddler.

3 Responses to "Lightbulb Moments"

Amanda (visit their site)

Aw! She is getting so big! I am so proud of her too. Reading this made me remember all the precious little things that made us so proud of Evan and Gracie the first time they accomplished them. It is amazing that you can never stop being proud of them whether it's something like doing their first puzzle or being student of the month! Thanks for sharing these moments with us!
Oh, and love the Yo Gabba Gabba shirt!!! :-)

Amanda (visit their site)

It actually says, "There's a party in my tummy!"

MajorScoop (visit their site)

Good Job Michaela!