I know that this is a couple of weeks late, but their appointment with the pediatrician wasn't until a week after they turned one. I still can't believe I'm calling them 'one-year-olds', by the way.
Nolan is 30 1/2 inches long and weighs 22 lbs 3 oz.
Luke is 28" long and weighs 19 lbs 12 oz.
They are both on whole milk now. They get 2 bottles a day: breakfast & before bed time. Sippy cups are used for milk the rest of the day. They also use a sippy thermos for water.
On their first birthday, we arrived home from the aquarium and were playing; that's when I noticed that Nolan had 3 teeth popped through up top! They were in addition to his bottom tooth which popped out a few weeks before.
As of today, Luke has 2 top teeth & 2 bottom teeth.
Nolan has 3 up top and one on the bottom.
I don't know why I was so worried about teeth because it has nothing, whatsoever, to do with their development & motor skills such as walking, crawling, talking, etc. The teeth are here and they won't need to wear baby dentures!
They've been walking since: 10 1/2 months for Nolan; 11 1/2 months for Luke. By this point, they can cross a room in about .004 seconds. Kidding of course, but they are quick!
They eat three meals a day plus snacks in between.
Favorite foods include:
pastina & chicken broth
chicken nuggets or tenders
They both spit out any fruit I give them. The only fruit that they'll eat is mashed jar fruit.
They have mimicked words we say , but not well. I've heard: "Loo" once from Nolan in reference to Luke after I said 'Luke'. "Ba" in reference to 'ball' when I repeat it over & over.
They will either lift their shirts or look down when asked "Where's your belly?"
They both dance when music is playing - even commercials! Luke especially loves to hear music and bounces or sways along to the beat.
Nolan loves to give "nosey kisses" and rubs his nose against mine when I ask for one.