May daughter will be 17 months at the end of this month....
Climbing up on our bed and then attempting to climb out onto the nightstands to steal things she knows she isn't to have!
Flushing the toilet for me....she follows me to the bathroom and waits patiently until I tell her "ok you can flush now"
Depositing her toys and whatever items she has collected around the house when I am not watching into said toilet, or if I am lucky, the tub.
If she is in her PNP and wants to get our attention she just starts collecting her toys, pillow or anything else that she has in there and tossing it overboard.
Climbing into the dishwasher when I am loading or unloading it and then removing her own personal utensils.
Taking her father's eyeglasses off his face when he is trying to read and then stealing his Nook reader and running off with it.
She dislikes it when you take something away from her when she knows she isn't supposed to have it, and will throw a fit when you tell her "NO" but to combat this I just walk by a swipe it away from her and then continue on and pretend like I'm not paying attention, without an audience she doesn't care to continue to tantrum.
Closing the door to the fridge...whenever someone goes into the fridge, it doesn't matter where she is in the house, she comes running and waits for you to say "Okay, close it" at which point she pushes the door closed. Sometimes my husband forgets this and just closes the door and she looks up at him with this hurt look on her face and I have to remind him - so he re-opens the door and then lets her close it and she is satisfied.
Any kind of cracker or finger sandwich (peanut butter is her favorite) as long as she has one for each hand!
Apricot cubes - I puree chopped apricots with a little pear or apple juice and then freeze them in an ice cube tray - good for teething!
Yogurt with pureed apples and a little cinnamon.
Whole wheat pancakes with fruit or french toast.
Homemade cream of vegtable soup made with sweet potaoes, celery, carrots and whatever other veggies I have on hand.
Chicken soup with tiny star noodles.
Sleep is generally not an issue. Since I'm due with #2 in April I have been going through bouts of insomnia myself, waking up at 1 or 2 in the morning and then not getting back to sleep, so I am up anyway. A few nights during the week she may wake up and let out a little whimper and that means she wants a bottle (usually takes a few sips and goes back to bed) or needs a fresh diaper. If she is cutting a tooth though, the nights can be a little tricky, she may wake up 2,3,4 times and actually cry....nights like these I just put her in the bed with us (she sleeps in her PNP in our room anyway) because lifting her in and out multiple times gets tough with a pregnant belly. She is however (as my husband calls her) a "badger" in the bed....she wiggles and kicks - hard! so I end up sticking a pillow between her and I to combat kicks to my belly, my husband is on his own, but could sleep through a war.