Audrey, 18 Months

With 2 top canines in and the bottom ones coming right behind, 18-month old Audrey has almost all her baby teeth (except the 2 year molars). Imitation is the name of the name when it comes to verbal communication, as Audrey tries to repeat everything we say. Her most advanced vocabulary group has to do … Continue reading


Audrey, 17 Months

Audrey got 2 more molars this month, which means she now has 12 teeth! She also has some top canines emerging, so we are well on our way to a mouth full of baby teeth. She now tries to repeat lots of words and phrases that we say, though not always clearly in her toddler … Continue reading


Audrey, 16 Months

Audrey got her first pair of molars this last month, bringing her total number of teeth to 10. Her vocabulary is growing steadily and she probably has 30 or so words at this point, some new ones include keys, bish (berries), more, eggs, cheese, leaf, goat, car, erduo (ear in Chinese), dog, Katy (her nanny), up, … Continue reading


Audrey, 14 and 15 Months

Oops, mama’s been a little busy these last couple of months and it looks like Audrey’s 14 and 15 month updates are going to be a 2-for-1. Audrey now has 8 teeth and a couple of molars about to break through. She’s been a champ with teething so far, we usually can’t even tell she’s … Continue reading


Bye Bye Baby, Hello Toddler: Weaning, Postpartum Bodies, Oh My!

Some define the beginning of toddlerhood as when babies turn 1 year old. Others define it as when babies start to “toddle,” or walk. Since Audrey wasn’t walking at her 1st birthday, she definitely didn’t feel like a toddler at 12 months old. Even at 13 months, when she was walking well, she still didn’t … Continue reading


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