Don't let it be said that she isn't mobile.
We have tried yogurt for the first time today and it appears to be good. Which is excellent news considering the generally fragile nature of her disposition yesterday, and even today to a certain extent. On Thursday, Jason brought her to the library on the way to get children's tylenol (of which the store was out) and to get a respite from whine-y, fussy Baby Girl. She brightened everyone's day, crawled all over mom during her lunch break, and then went home with dad and continued to stew. When I got home last night (with the children's tylenol!), she continued to be fragile.
A lot of this is undoubtedly due to the waking at 3 am she did that morning and then again at 6 for the day. Today was about the same with a 5:45 am wake up. Her naps have all, except for about 30 minutes, been in arms. In fact, this afternoon, I didn't even try to settle her anywhere, just held her. But, that meant that she slept for about 4 hours today, and this evening she seems more like her own sweet-disposition self, and less like spawn-child.
So, as you can see from the video, it's hard to tell if the crankiness is because she is really working on her mobile skills (she's got mad skills), or a tooth, or if there is something else secret inside that will make her seem even more brilliant (as if that were possible).
We shall see what time the wake-up is tomorrow morning. Anyone need a 6 a.m. wake-up call?