Her cute little toes. As she lay on my chest after she was born I remember counting her toes, and then double counting, as it seemed her feet had more than enough toes. All good though. :)
I moved little miss Amelia in front of a window for this photo, selecting a very narrow depth of field on my 50mm lens. It was a fine photo in colour, but when I switched to this black and white editing your attention is immediately drawn to the sole of her tiny foot.
Playtime with Dad. She'll tolerate a few minutes of tummy time before getting grumpy and has managed to move her head from one side to the other, with considerable effort. We can already feel her getting stronger, and a little plumper. Mike notes she has a butt now, where previously she was dead flat.
The narrow depth of field wasn't so much an intentional choice with this photo, more dictated by the lack of light in this room. I set the shutter speed to 1/60, generally the slowest I aim for anything handheld, and let the camera do the rest.