Emily is a quiet baby with good temper, just as I somehow felt before her birth. Even with the fact that she has sensitive skin and demands more caring, she is still much easier to deal with compared with Cindy. The missus and I both agree on this.
Emily gradually developed a rash when she was about a month old. It first appeared on her both ears, and she kept scratching them. Later on it appeared on her face and two legs as well. After several trips to visit doctors and some research on internet, we settled done with some medicine and daily caring tips, and it was under well control since then. At present she is in pretty good condition, with two rashes on both legs, and sometimes reoccurring on her cheek.
Unlike Cindy, Emily can fell into asleep easily, which is a great relief by itself. Normally she would feel sleepy around 9PM, and she would always look for comfort from her mom. No others can make her feels safe and fall into asleep, not even me, which is somewhat discouraging.
Half a month ago she grew two lower front tooth, at which time she bits a lot. Couple of days ago, I noticed an upper tooth starts appearing, but it is not in the front to line up with the lower two, but on the side, which is somewhat uncommon. Now she makes some strange noise when she play with her new teeth.
She is a curious little creature. She would open a closet, pull everything out, exam every item carefully, sometimes taste it with her mouth, and eventually drop it to the floor for next thing. She refuses to stay in the car seat for more than 5 minutes as she can not see much in the lay on her back position. She would complain with crying, but once we picked her out, that crying face would turn into big smile as she starts to look around.
She had a good relationship with Cindy. I don’t really understand how she feels about Cindy, but I can tell she really like her sister. Cindy can easily excite her and makes her laugh out loud. When I come home from work and saw Emily at the door, she would smile silently, but when Cindy comes home, Emily would be so glad that she would flap her both arms like a bird too fat to fly, and makes exciting noise at same time.
Emily has already started to pronounce Mom, but only when she is looking for comfort from the missus. I think I have to accept it as a fact that Mom is the first word Emily said, but I should be happy that Cindy said Papa as her first word.