Fighting you ask? Jack and her go out it a thousand times a day. She grabs his trains and runs away, he takes them back and hits her. She hits him, he takes her toys and leaves room. Repeat! She is also independent, part of her stubbornness, maybe. She gets her own drinks, climbs up on counters with assistant from whatever is nearby. My makeup has been destroyed from her getting it, I am about to hang it on ceiling to keep it away. But she is cute so it's hard not to laugh through all of this.
When she turned two at her check up, she came in at 34 inches and 27lbs, not bad, definitely different then her brother. She went to the allergist for testing which we have to follow up during the winter, for now we know she is allergic to Onnicef, an antibiotic and has to stay away from the penicillin family until we do further testing but she won't sit through them now, as they are intense and time consuming, although the blood came back negative.
She started school in October, a Twos program, for 75minutes once a week. She RAN inside the first day, refused to kiss me and told me to leave. Upon pick up again she said leave she wasn't going home. I'd say she likes it. I think she also likes her alone time from Jack and her independence of everyone at home watching her. Forming her own friendships with little girls, recently having a play date with a girl she "picked up" in Starbucks, girl after my own heart.
At two, she finally plays with dolls: feeding, diaper changing (takes her wipes to clean them) and cuddles. Just like a little mommy. She is obsessed with shoes, especially her boots which when out on make her start dancing immediately. Dancing is another favorite, to theme songs in TV, music channels and in the car to the radio. "My love, my love, my love she keeps me COLD" is what she sings thanks to her brother changing the words.
Charlotte is full of spunk and keeps us on our toes for sure. We love her for all of that!