Her feet are the weirdest. I mean, they're weird because they're still scaly and the toes look too long, like freaky accidental monkey feet, but they're mostly weird because they were the one body part I could identify when she was On The Inside. I'd be poking her and be like, This is maybe a shoulder? And this is the bum? Or a Braxton-Hicks contraction. But THIS. This is a foot.
That and the hiccups, which she gets ALL THE TIME. And maybe it's because I had a c-section and didn't push her out myself, and maybe it's because I was SUPER-HIGH during that c-section and don't remember much of it, but it took a while for her to feel like she was mine and not just some baby I'd been given to look after for a minute. But she'll be nursing and then she'll kick me in the gut with her too-long-toed scaly foot, and then careen off into a round of hiccups like a tiny drunk, and I'm all, Ah yes. I remember you.