Gymnastics is going great. There are two other little girls in our class that are close to Stella's age so it's fun to have the social aspect too of letting Stella play and the structure to start learning to follow directions, etc. The class is broken into 10 minute sections where we do the trampoline, stretches, floor exercises, and a foam pit. We also usually dance to a song and we've just enjoyed being able to get out of the house a little and be active.
Other than that, Stella is such a joy and I'm so proud that I have the job of raising her. She absolutely has her moments of pure attitude and disobedience, but what 20-month old doesn't?! Her new thing is calling everybody "silly." If Blake is doing something funny, she looks at him and says "Dada seely" or if she sees another baby, "Baby seely" - it cracks me up. She's in a huge baby doll stage and it's really sweet seeing her interact with her "baby" - she'll give them kisses and share her paci. She's also started telling me "come on." She'll come over and grab my finger and tell me "tum on" or "shum on" (depending on how she's pronouncing it) and then she'll lead me to one of two places, either the pantry or her play room! So cute. Potty "training" is still not great. I definitely don't want to ignore it or give up on it, but we've stayed low-key since she's still pretty young. I just take it as it comes and when she's interested and wants to use the potty, we go and if not, then she's wearing pull-ups and that's fine!