One thing I've loved about watching the girls grow up is watching them both develop their own little "quirks." I love hearing about my nephews' and friends' kids little idiosyncrasies. Whether it's always sleeping in a certain position, a crazy attachment to a weird toy, or laughing a certain way, I think one of the reasons we all love our kids so much is because they all do things that are so uniquely their own. My nephew, Canon, unintentionally became attached to a zebra print throw blanket of Sara's now referred to as "night night", my friend Ashley's little girl almost always sits with her legs crossed, and my eldest daughter, Campbell, has a crazy obsession with her blanket...on her head. Both of my girls squeal with delight anytime we hand them their blankies, but Campbell nearly always will plop it on top of her head. It's ridiculously cute and hilarious at the same time. She has done this since she was 4 or 5 months old. At first we thought it was nothing, but as she grew older, the obsession with having her blankie, burp cloth, whatever soft thing she could find, on her head continued. Whenever she wakes up in the morning or from a nap, we almost always walk into her room where she is sitting or standing patiently in her crib, blankie on head. I love it so much and I hope she never stops doing it. These are a few pictures to show her little quirk. One was taken very recently, the other around 7 months.
I'd love to hear about your kiddos' quirks! :)
And a post coming soon on Miss Sophie's obsession...