Tilly, our little mountain climber, seems to be less interested in moving laterally than in moving vertically. She wants to go upwards, always; whether she's practicing crawling or walking, she enjoys it much more at a 45 degree angle. She wants to go over things, she likes a challenge.
Tilly, our little explorer, wants to see where she's going. Our front carrier, which had previously been an excellent way to upset her, is just about her favourite thing now that she can face forwards. She now enjoys romantic walks at sunset, going to the supermarket, and watching clothes being put in the washing machine.
Tilly, our little bear, loves her pyjamas. Thank goodness for the new autumn chill. Every time we see her lounging in her pjs, we can't wait for Christmas morning. Especially after a friend passed down some reindeer-print jammies!
Tilly, our little three-month-old, is always in a state of change. Every few days, recently, there is something new. In the last few weeks, she's learnt to babble and hold a conversation of noises. She's learnt to stick her fist in her mouth. She's started laughing -- a simple "hehhhh!" at first, and now, sometimes, more of a "hehh hehh!" She's started to notice her toys... Mr. Plastic Singing Froggie and Mr. Duckie Rattle in particular. She's slept properly, wonderfully, through the night three times in a row and counting.