November 4th, 2012
It’s Micah again. It was so fun writing my own update last month I thought I’d give it another try.
I’m the big 1 year old today. Last year, this day, I was born at 4:49 in the morning. It was a long and wild ride. You can read my birth story here if you want – Mom wrote it all down, and even my doula Teresa contributed.
My Maski came to visit me for my 1st birthday also, but she came early so we could have special time. It was really fun! Maski went on 2 hikes with me and met some of my friends. We went to Buffalo Wild Wings, and Taco Mac. One day we went to a big store and she got me the coolest thing ever: my own car. It’s red with a yellow top. It has wheels and I get to take it outside and ride it in the street while mom or dad push me around. Whoa! I also got a bunch of new clothes, shoes, pajamas and a CD that says my name in each song. That is so cool! I missed my Paski, but mom and dad say maybe I can see them this summer.
Daddy, mommy and Grandma Boom Boom took me to my first pumpkin patch this year! I got to wear my halloween costume, go on a hayride, see ponies, and get carried through a corn maze. I had to taste the pumpkins and the gourds because they were so colorful! I went behind this huge wood sign, mom took a picture, and I looked like a cow! That’s amazing!
I love bath time and I have these cool toys that stick to the side of the wall. I also love bubbles.
Micah’s pediatrician check up. I have my 1st year pediatrician visit in a few days. I’m healthy. I’m big and strong!
Weight, height, & clothes. I am wearing 24 month clothing in onesies and sleepers. Sometimes my pants are 18 months, and sometimes they are bigger.
Development. I haven’t gotten any new teeth in yet, but I bet they’re coming on the bottom next. When they come in, they will be my 7th and 8th tooth.
I can use the potty a lot more now, but only in the mornings because that’s when mom knows I’ll have a success. I say the word ‘dog’. Even though I test out sounds and point to things all the time, dog is the first word mom and dad recognize. I don’t know why this language thing takes so long.
Mom got all excited because I can click my tongue now. She’s been showing me how to do that since I was six months old or earlier. I finally figured that out. I like to copy the faces people make at me, or even copy their body language. I love dancing and clapping to music too. A week ago, I saw Daddy play this huge Balalaika in The Atlanta Balalaika Orchestra and I was clapping when everyone else clapped.