If I could have bottled Kensie’s energy today and sold it, I’d be a millionaire. I know that’s probably true for most kids, but damn. Someone spiked her milk today, and it wasn’t me.
Along with her energy came some sweet dance moves. I’ll attempt to capture a video but oh my goodness this girl was cracking me up!
I coached a morning class today and K would not stop moving. She was standing with her hands on a bench and I turned the music on for the class to start the work out and K went crazy popping her leg. She’s done it before but I didn’t realize it was connected to music. It resembles the stanky leg and it is hilarious to witness.
The last few weeks I’ve been spacing out Kensie’s feedings in hopes of starting to wean her shortly after her birthday. It’s been going well and she’ll go 4-5 hours between feedings but it’s still been hit or miss with the food.
In order to skip what used to be a breastfeeding, I’ll give her table food. Sometimes she’ll eat it, but most of the time she plays with it. When she’s done playing, she throws it on the floor. Then she will go about 30-60 minutes and start shoving her head into me so I’ll feed her. 🙄
I know it’ll be a long process and I’m completely fine taking our time to get there – but what can I do to make this babe more interested in actually eating “real” food?
Kensie was super happy all day (except when I wouldn’t set her down and let her speed crawl across the gym) but she wore me OUT. I don’t think I’ve ever had to chase her so much. Also, I’d like for everyone to know I carried Kensie and 4 grocery bags into the house all at once these evening. Pretty sure I’ve officially made it as a mom now. Mad skills.
One final note: typing day 350 in the title gave me a mild heart attack. Almost ONE! BUT HOW?! 😭