Mama, Dada, Eric, Dog, Bye, Hi, Hello, Num Nums (food), Here-ya-go (all slurred into one word), Loveya, Eye, Honk Honk (for nose), Ding dong (belly button - maybe that's not the best word to teach her for that? Oh well too late) Animal noises (monkey, dog, and tries to imitate others), and probably some words I can't remember.
She is smart. You tell her to do things and she does them, or you ask her if she wants to do things and she'll get ready to do them (i.e. "Let's go outside" and she'll find shoes and bring them to you, "Wanna brush your teeth/take a bath" and she'll run to the bathroom, "Time for a nap" and she blows kisses to dad and waves and then goes upstairs to her room, she does all the actions to monkeys jumping on the bed, etc.)
Height: 30 inches (50th percentile)
Weight: 18 lbs 4 oz (not even on the charts)
The Dr. watched her for a while and said "no wonder she can't gain any weight", she was running back and forth, climbing on and off the chairs in the office (which are armpit height - can you imagine climbing on and off something that was up to your armpits in height??) She was non-stop on the go. That is just how she is. Plus she started walking kind of early so she didn't have the extra couple of months to plump up before starting to walk and lean out. I figure she is just fine. Of course I'm still trying to feed her extra calories and make sure meals are more frequent, but I'm trying not to stress of the weight factor.
Reese is a complete sweet heart. The other day we were at our neighbors the Ericksens'. Bruce is quadriplegic and can only move the tops of his shoulders and up. Whenever Reese sees him or his picture, she starts wiggling her head back and forth, because that is how he plays with her. When we were over there she kept wiggling her head at him and he'd wiggle back. As we were getting ready to leave we told Reese to say bye to Bruce. She waved and blew him the most sincere kisses. It was darling and totally melted his heart. Thanks for being so sweet Reese.