For instance, this body position, a.k.a. the flip-top head:
She smiles more and more, but I can't quite catch it on camera. Hence the Mona Lisa allusion. Ivy will be all smiles, but by the time I get the camera, she's done. Or she'll smile and then when she spots the camera, she stops and gets a curious "ooooh" look on her face as she stares at it. So, here's what I've caught smile-wise thus far:
So, not really smiling, but you can tell she's happy.
She loves her tongue. She must be related to her brothers and dad! They all stick out their tongues. Jakob and Ivy have done it the most.
Tummy time? Forget it! Ivy's good for a couple of minutes, if someone is down in front of her. But then she's like, "This sucks, you guys!"
But she adores her brothers. These next shots were taken right after the "I hate tummy-time" shots. And the boys all love her. Sometimes too much. I have to tell them "back away" or "give her some room" or "she's sleeping, leave her alone" a lot.