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Juliana is now 1 year old

 

 

 
Baby J at 2 months

 

Happy Thanksgiving to you all from us three Jís.   

Itís 11:45PM on November 31st and here I am writing what could be Julianaís last newsletter.  I had promised to update you all on a monthly basis at least until she is 1 year old.  Perhaps if time permits I will send out a few quarterly updates. 

We just celebrated Julianaís 1st birthday and it was just a beautiful experience.  For those of you who have kids Iím sure you remembered when you celebrated your first childís 1st birthday.  That moment was priceless Iím sure. 

Juliana is caught doing many things, a few of which I will discuss here:

Juliana is now walking on her own without any assistance whatsoever. She even tries to run at times but finds out that she topples over much less when she doesnít.  She enjoys walking from room to room investigating on her own grabbing, pulling and throwing stuff all over the place.  Juliana thinks it's fun to push, throw, and knock everything down.   Itís strange watching how she enjoys throwing items behind her.  Have you ever wonder why babies throw stuff behind them?  Strange huh!

Juliana likes looking at books and leaf through the pages, though she won't always turn them one by one.  She listens intently with observations when we read her stories and show her colourful pictures.

 

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She like to dance and enjoys clapping.  There are a few favourite songs that catches her attention and when she hears them playing she literally starts dancing.  Start singing ĎClap your tiny hands' and donít be surprised when you see her clapping to the beat.  She is slowly building her vocabulary.  She understands 'no' but does not always comply.  She oftentimes points to the ceiling while saying 'light'.

Our daughter is growing into a fine young toddler and personally I believe she is growing up too fast.  As usual, we are enjoying her progress one day at a time.  

Her recent pictures are posted so feel free to view them at your convenience.  If you havenít yet done so, please download her free ebook.  

Have a great rest of 2008 and thanks for being a Baby Juliana Newsletter reader.  God bless you and your familyÖ ALWAYS!

Sincerely,

Jullien, Julia & Juliana.

 

 

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