Our little girl has ventured into the world of solid foods. Well, into the world of rice cereal mixed with mommy's milk that is still basically liquid. We started the cereal on Saturday morning with Aunt Summer, Lolli, Mommy, and Daddy all gathered around oohing and gooing over the little eater. Cambell did not quite understand this new contraption we know as the spoon. In fact, she still doesn't get it entirely. She has the rest of her life to figure it out, so we're not worried. I don't think Cambell is the biggest fan of cereal, but she tolerates it. I think that I should just pour half of the cereal on her bib at the beginning and just get it over with. Progress is being made with every feeding, though. I am so proud of our girl!
Another exciting development is Cambell's ability to hold objects and bring them to her mouth. Her two favorite objects are her rattle and her frog that hangs from her car seat. She loves to shake her rattle and watch the beads bounce around. She loves peering into the frog's eyes and chewing on the rings attached to him. Every day she becomes more of a little person! I especially love when she turns the pages of her board books. It is precious. I am loving this giggly, happy, interactive stage she is in right now, although I tear up every now and then when I realize she is really not a newborn anymore!