I got my first piece of banana today. I chased it on my tray for about 5 minutes. What a difficult task. Is the banana worth it? I wonder what next will appear on my table. I am looking forward to it : )
I was busy playing and learning new things. I have spent couple of days biting my upper lip, then I moved to my lower lip, next I am going to stick my tongue out, and then I will choose to chew it folded backwards. So much fun : ) Mom is collecting bets on what my next trick will be ; )
Did I tell you I also got my first pair of swimming trunks? Of course, it comes in bubbles in pink and yellow and green. It was the only pair left. At least, it will be easy to spot me : )
I am reading my Mom's notes here: it seems it was a busy day. I was floating on my back and holding my breath in the water. Yay for me! : ) I was jolly jumping like a ballerina under the admiring stares of my Mom and Dad. I was outside under the blossoming cherry trees in a beautiful spring weather. And finally to top it all off, I was falling asleep on my own during the night. Hehehe.
Mom and Dad went for sushi and I tagged along ; ) Then we hooked up with Clara and her mom, Mary, and went for a walk to check out the Mount Pleasant Community Center. Clara is going to take a sign language class there in April. In my case, Mom and Dad are running the show by making all kinds of funny gestures and repeating words at me. Good times : )
Mom ended up feeding and changing me in a park under the sun. We were both happy by the end of the day. : )
If the weather keeps up I have to bid goodbye to my baby winter suit. It served me well but the sun is so warm and happy I am ready for it.
Today Lou celebrated his 100th day. Mom and I had a lot of fun. Teni had cooked chowder and Xavier had made crepes. Lou is a lucky man! I was the oldest and was showing everybody my tricks - rolling, holding hands, sucking on a spoon (or any other toy (or object if Mom is not looking)), and sleeping. I got happily tired : )
Teni is a photographer and she took pictures of all of us. I am looking forward to seeing them.
Toys can tell a whole story about the child’s background and family, and even the professions of the parents. In his photo series ‘Toy Stories’, Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti traveled around the globe for 18-months and photographed children with their toys. http://www.boredpanda.org/children-toy-stories-gabriele-galimberti/