It appears, for better or worse, that we have taught our daughter the word "no." On Easter night, my parents came over for dinner and while Hadley and her Maggie and Pop were playing, Hadley started shaking her head "no." Since that night, she would occasionally shake her head back and forth and would smile or laugh. But then, starting a few weeks ago, anytime we said "no," or anything that sounded like "no," like "know" or even "oh," Hadley would shake her little head back and forth. It's really cute, even though it doesn't appear that she totally gets what "no" means yet.
I've been teaching Hadley to blow me kisses and to give kisses and today when I asked her to give me a kiss, she shook her little head side to side. I asked her if I could give her kisses and again, I got a head shake. Oh, my heart is breaking. Why do they have to grow up so fast?