Blakely loves playing outside. She has a sandox and a pool that she enjoys. Her indoor activities include watching Baby Einstein, playing with her beach ball, and riding her rocking horse. She also lies to walk around with her dolls and hug and love on them.
Latest Achievement(s): Blakely is walking very well now and is developing a large vocabulary. So far my favorite things she does is say "UH-OH" when she drops something and waving and saying "Bye" when we leave somewhere or someone is leaving our home.
Other Info: Blakely is such a sweet little girl. She always wants to hug everyone, and of course we want to hug her back!
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