hi thanks madison is great she just cat naps thru the day but sleeps all night. i'm trying to get her into her own bed but she doesn't like it other than to play lol she still isn't crawling, she tries so hard but falls lol doctor said no worries most babies don't crawl til around 8 months but whatever haha she loves to scream at the top of her lungs. since she found out she can thats all she ever does, i'm beginning to think she just likes to hear her voice but then she laughs after ward lol she is getting big thats for sure. no teeth yet but def teething she likes to crab everything i have in my hands and try to put it n her mouth like my food straws cups and etc haha ..........hope you get lots of rest soon/ no more babies for 2-3 years i'm in college as well lol
thanks, i do hope things get better for you as well i know its hard but we will get through it and like you said we will never forget but i try to accept it. good luck hope your lil girl is doing great.
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