She has officially grown out of three onesies.
One interesting thing that Iolani's started is grunting. It is very funny. When she's eating, or resisting sleep, she grunts. It's an adorable grunt, and I'm looking forward to her grunting at inappropriate times. She will likely grunt through Sandie's sermon, or when we are out for a meal.
The grunting sounds like she's doing something in her diaper, but there's no correlation - so far. (She has a different sound for that) But, unless you heard the grunt outside of her doing something else, you wouldn't know it. The funniest part is that she's a loud grunter. It's loud.
Her burps aren't burps, they are full on belches. It reminds me of my brother, Spud, who used to gross me out with his world record attempts at the longest loudest belch. Even if she's had only an ounce of liquid, she has a big person belch. There's the occasional little girl burp, but in the morning she's a belcher.
Let me say this, the grunting and the belching are absolutely endearing. She's the most beautiful baby I've ever seen (and I've seen lots of babies), she's very alert and is spending just a little bit more time up and about.