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Haylee Marie at two months

Our baby girl is 2 months old this week! (Tuesday was 2 months to be exact) We took some fall photos to document. LOL Sorry, but I couldn't pick just one photo to post. They are all so cute. Haylee is lifting her head like a pro!
Haylee is 2 months old. 8.15 lbs, 22 inches, and her head is 37 centimeters.
She is a growing baby!
She loves:
She still loves and dislikes all the things from her one month post (here)
Her new loves are to talk with us (cooing)
Smiling when you smile
Spitting up
Chewing her fists (and her toys)
  Sleeping for 4-6 hours
She hates:
At two months she is learning to smile when you smile at her, a lot more cooing, lifting her head longer, rolling onto her side more, grabbing/reaching for her toys, she is able to follow objects with her eyes more, she moves her head to the sounds she hears, she is "creeping" mostly moving herself with her legs, she likes shaking and pounding her toys, and she is sleeping longer and in her crib! She got her first (3) shots/fever and got thru it like a champ. 
These photos are not in order and mostly taken with a dslr or camera phone.
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She got her first 3 shots at her 2 month checkup.
She has started to reach for her toys and shakes/pounds them.

She is sleeping in her crib 4-6 hours now.

She loves to talk and smile!
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She is an inch taller!
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She got her first fever after getting her shots. She handled it very well. The doctor also told us to start her on Vitamin D drops now.
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I always get excited to see her roll to her side. I feel like she is about to rollover to her belly. Here she rolled to her side and put her self to sleep for 5 minutes then wakes up.
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