Addy now helps me with the dishes. She loads the silverware into the dishwasher and puts them in the drawer when they're clean. She doesn't get them in the right places usually, but at least she's willingly helping!
Addy has gained an appreciation or attraction for baby dolls of late. She always wants to have one with her and won't go to sleep without at least one, sometimes three. We try to limit her to 2 babies because she just doesn't have that many arms. If she has too many at night she hits herself or does something where she wakes up.
Sometimes we put Addy on our bed to sleep when she's extra grumpy. I helped her fall asleep and then later came back to find her like this. Yes, she is asleep, fast asleep. This is the only time I've found her sleeping like this.
This is a picture of the supermarket at the Children's Museum. She likes being the cashier, but also likes to "eat" the food before she pays for it. That's a bad habit I caused. Sometimes when she's grumpy in the store, I open the cheese sticks or crackers before we pay for them. :)
Addy loves playing on the computer. From her daddy working all day on one to her mommy surfing the internet a lot she is exposed to the computer frequently. Whenever Jordan comes out of his office to talk to me or get something to eat, Addy races past him, runs over to his chair, climbs up, and starts "programming" on the computer. One time when Jordan wasn't even logged in she opened the bios of the computer. Jordan said that's the part that tells the computer the basic functions like how to turn on and stuff. Thankfully she didn't confirm any of the changes she made. We thought the computer would be safe because there was no way she could randomly type in Jordan's password. Now we're not so sure.
Here is a video of Addy being helpful. She is very good at modeling our behavior, so we have to be careful of what things we inadvertently teach her.