Berkley has gotten so big! She's 4 months old now and you can see just how big she is in this picture with Morgan. The girls love to hold her (as long as she doesn't spit up on them) and Berkley LOVES it! She misses them when they're at school. She just rolled over for the first time last night from her tummy to her back. She is such a content baby, but sometimes has her moments so we thought we'd let you see one. We put her in her jumpy seat and she didn't last very long!
My how you're hair has grown! Morgan's baby doll that grandma & grandpa Livingstone gave her for Christmas lost her hair and we thought it would be funny to put it on Berkley. Her head is a little too big for the wig. This picture may be a lot funnier to our family than it is to anyone else, but we laughed our heads off!
I need to talk to Rob and Flori and see what it is that Rob does to get Bea to smile in her pictures. Everytime we take Berkley's picture she stops smiling! It's like standing on your head to get her to do it in pictures. She really is a very smiley baby, but we just can't show you! Her acid reflux is still horrible. I always have to put her down on a blanket with a burp rag because she is spitting up none stop. It's not just after we feed her either. The only time she stops is at night when she's asleep. Poor baby! They say that it should get better when she starts eating solids and sitting up on her own. She can start eating solids next month so we're crossing our fingers that it will at least slow down. Most people I talk to whose kids have acid reflux say that it doesn't really change a whole lot until they are around 9 months to 1 year. We'll see!
We have dicovered that Berkley LOVES books! It's so cute to watch her get excited when we read to her. She loves to hold the books herself as well. She straightens her legs out and points her feet and shakes with excitment. She is also starting to make that noise that Kennedy made when she was little and concentrating on something. It's so funny how each child is so different yet they will exhibit little behaviors that are the same.