And your little Lucy is a gorgeous girl who will do everything she needs to in her own time. She must be aware of your wish for her to stay small for longer and be giving her mummy what she wants :-)
I am very jealous that Lucy sleeps so well!!!! Amazingly well, in fact! I wish Meadow did that. She is waking every 1-2 hrs again, really getting fed up and plan to tackle it when we are back from holidays and I still have mum here to help when I am tired.
Meadow is having 2-3 small meals per day. Usually toast or fruit like banana for breakfast as she doesn't seem to like porridge, no matter how I do it.
Lunch she's not having much as still getting used to solids and don't want to overload her yet, maybe a small piece of fruit to knaw on or a little rice cake with avocado.
Dinner is a version of what we have, maybe some carrot, potato, asparagus, whatever we have spare that I can give her, either whole or pureed.
She is not having dairy or meat/fish yet. Holding off as feel her tummy is still sensitive at this age, just my own preference really.
But in the next week, at seven months, I will start to give her more 'complete' meals with a wider range of food groups. As she's still getting so much goodness from breast milk I am not thinking too much about it and going with the flow