She is a good eater and Christian fed her her first bottle today! I am glad she's learning early that food is very important around here. She's growing a ton. I have this weird fear sometimes that I'm going to put her down in her crib and when she wakes up she'll be in kindergarten.
She sleeps great--usually wakes up for a 3 AM(ish) and a 6 AM(ish) feeding. We've probably only had three or four nights where she's been up more than that. I think that's pretty much amazing and I'm sure that's why I am feeling as good as I am. Sleep is the best medicine (other than good food, of course!).
She loves her dad. We've missed him a lot lately since he's racing toward another tax deadline. Busy season is not an ideal time to have a baby, but for some reason that's when she was sent to us. I am trying to learn what I'm supposed to learn...as of now it's a lot of long-suffering and how to get infant poop out of anything. Surprisingly I've felt a lot of compassion lately. I didn't expect that to be something caring for a baby teaches, and I'm sure that won't be the first surprise-lesson either. I've also learned the art of spontaneous song-writing. I've come up with some really awesome "bouncing" songs. In addition to my originals, Rosie loves anything by James Taylor. Now that's my girl, for sure.