Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Technology is Cyclical

It was pretty chilly today but as you can see, Dad chose not to go with Baby Legs to keep me warm and went with PANTS. You regular reader (not a typo) know that Dad hates when I wear pants because they just get in the way during diaper changes. However, Dad apparently has no qualms about making Miss Anne deal with my pants. How nice. I must say, I looked darn cute in this outfit regardless of what Dad thinks about pants.

I played a fun game with Dad this morning. It's called raspberry oatmeal and that's NOT just a clever name. The rules are pretty simple: When Dad gives me a spoonful of oatmeal, I do a raspberry and spray oatmeal everywhere. It's hi-lar-i-ous!

I had a lot of fun at MA's today but it was accompanied by a cute outfit ruining diaper malfunction (cute is describing the outfit, not the diaper malfunction.) Doh! In fact, I had THREE dirties today. Plus $3 for me! Dad's really rolling the dice though because he only sends over ONE spare outfit. It's only a matter of time before he get's (I always try to make that a contraction) gets a 911 from MA.

When Mom and I got home, Dad was on a conference call so Mom and I were relegated to my room which was just fine by me. Mom got me a few new books so we checked 'em out (see my shelf at the bottom of the blog.) First was Chick Chicka 1, 2, 3 which is a counting book in which the numbers climb a tree. Actually, that doesn't make a lot of sense so maybe I wasn't paying attention. Next was Hippos Go Berserk (looked it up because I knew I wouldn't spell it right.) Hippos is by the same author as Moo, Baa, La, La, La. What's this lady's fascination with large mammals? Hippos was good but it was no Moo, Baa.

I'm off to bed now but I wanted to share this picture of my sister Parker guarding us from the back stoop. I love my sisters!

Until Later,

Monday, September 28, 2009

Buzzer Beater

I woke a little early this morning because I was so excited to go see Logan and Miss Anne. It was totally chilly this morning so you KNOW I rocked some baby legs. I don't have a pic of it but they were green and white stripped and looked pretty good with my Daddy's Princess onesie. I turn 6 pretty soon so I really need to cram in my 3-6 clothes before I'm too big. It's kind of sad when I have these cute outfits that I totally love but then I grow out of 'em. I think for my very favorites I should probably buy it in every size, that way as I grow, I'll be able to keep my faves. It was pretty nice in the afternoon so Logan and I did some nice playing outside. Mom got there in the afternoon just as I was finishing my last bottle. During the bottle I felt that familiar rumble but knew I didn't have much time. Fortunately for me (and my piggy bank) I was able to get a dirty in before the official hand off to Mom. You owe me another $1 Dad!

After Dad got done with work, I talked him into taking me outside to play with my sisters. With the sun going down though, I had to throw on a sweatshirt because it was a bit breezy. I'm NOT looking forward to it getting cold because I'm afraid it's really gonna cut into my outside time. BOOO! Despite taking a nice nap at MA's, I was still pretty tired so I took an early evening nap. I guess the past few days finally caught up to me. When I woke up, Dad had a nice bottle waiting for me along with some sweet potatoes. MA has been working with me on my solids and I'm really starting to catch on.

After dinner, I did some playing with Dad then did some chillin' with Olive. I just sat and played with Olive and some other toys (my feet) for about 90 minutes. At first I was sitting and doing totally awesome but then I sat back and relaxed for a while. Ahhh, the good life!

Until Later,

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Mutual of Omaha

So, in my last post I told you that Mom, Grandma Herbert and I were on our way to Beloit to visit the Chapmans. It was so much fun! It was a bit of a hike but we had a blast. We did lots of reading and singing and chatting and playing (I totally rocked some patty cake - or is it pat-a-cake?) It was awesome to have four generations of our family in one room again. I have some video but I have some editing to do then I'll post. In the meantime, here are some pics.

Since Dad was getting home late friday night, Mom and I wanted to be home to greet him. Unfortunately this meant we had to leave Beloit Friday evening. It made for a long day but it was totally worth it to see Dad when he came home. I was VERY excited to see him and let him know some big smiles. I knew Dad was excited to spend some time with me too so I went ahead and woke up at 7:30 on Saturday morning so Dad and I could play. YEA! When Mom got up, they decided we needed to run some errands, including a stop at First Watch so M&D could eat. FW was jammed packed and I couldn't see anything from my car seat so I told Dad I wanted to get out and play. Also, I kind of wanted to show off cute outfit. How much do I love Baby Legs? SO MUCH!

On Sunday, M&D and I had breakfast with Grandma & Grandpa Davenport and Uncle Dave & Aunt Darty at Mimi's. As per usual, I was able to sucker GmaD into getting me out of my car seat so I could play. While I was playing, GmaD let it slip that she got me a sweet new toy. I begged Dad all afternoon to go over to G&G Ds to see what it was and he finally gave in around 4:00. And OMG, how awesome is this? It's like 30 toys in one. First, it lets me stand which I love but the tile is a bit cold for my bare feet. I think carpet will be my surface of choice going forward. And if the standing wasn't enough, there are all sorts of toys for me to play with too. There's a whale on a spring, there's a polar bear in a spin wheel, there's a lion and alligator -- it's like wild freakin' kingdom!

Anyway, I know I missed some stuff from this last week so I'll be peppering in some pics and stories over the next few days but for now I'm exhausted and off to bed.

Until Later,

Friday, September 25, 2009

Junk Town

Sorry, I haven't blogged in a few days. Dad took his iPod with him to Denver so my only real option is Mom's computer but she's always bogarting it.

Mom, Grandma Herbert and I are on our way out to Beloit to visit the Chapmans. I haven't seen Great Grandma Chapman, Greats Aunt Neecy and Uncle Tim in quite a while so I'm real excited.

We made a pit stop here in Junction City and Mom's phone fell out of her purse so I thought I'd do a quick blog. Check back for more!

Until Later,

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


I woke up Monday morning to find Mom's smiling face looking down at me rather than Dad's. As it turns out, Dad doesn't love us anymore and moved to Denver... for the week. Booo! Dad also shipped my sister's off to super sweet camp at Grandma & Grandpa Davenport's. Lucky dogs!

On Monday, I went over to Miss Anne's as per usual but because of Mom's & my new schedule, we got there quite a bit earlier than Dad and I usually do. All in all, it was a pretty standard day at MA's. Though I did get a battle scar while Logan and I were playing cars. We were playing demolition durby and I lost. It's okay though, it didn't really hurt, in fact we just kept on playing. Click on the pic to see a larger pic.

Grandma Herbert came to pick me up from MA's and we went back to her house while we waited for Mom to get off work. We played some piano and sang some songs and GmaH worked with me on clapping my hands.
Grandpa Herbert was there too and he held me as I did some standing and played with my measuring spoons. I guess these spoons were actually Mom's toys when she was little and now I get to play with them. I guess G&G H don't throw ANYTHING away. Someday I'm gonna have to sneak into the basement and see if I can find any of Mom's other old toys. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for an Easy Bake Oven!

It was still just Mom and me today. I think Mom misses Dad because without him there's no one to make her go up to bed at night. I'm pretty sure I heard her come up at three o'clock this morning. Silly Mom! The morning routine was just that which is a pretty good thing really. I had fun over at MA's again today. Logan and I played cars again though no casualties today I'm happy to report. Since Mom is going in to work later, she has to stay later too so GmaH picked me up from MA's and took me to her house again. I was so busy at MA's that I didn't get much sleep so I was a little fussy. GmaH tried to play some piano but I was more in the mood to relax. Grandma Herbert knows how much I love to be outside though we went out front and just watched as the cars and people went by.

After Mom got to G&GH's I was quick to tell her that I was ready for a bottle so she decided to take me home. And that was good decision too because I hadn't had a dirty yet. Yet. I don't tend to get too graphic about my dirties but this one was particularly funny - for me, not Mom. Needless to say my diaper malfunctioned in a major way and I had dirty all up my back, almost to my shoulders. A NEW RECORD! Unfortunately, due to the deal I have with Dad, I owe him a dollar because I saved my dirty for home and not MA's. Wait, so Dad gets the dollar but Mom has to deal with the dirty? Hmm, that doesn't seem fair. Mom was very patient with me though and cleaned me up and gave me a bath. In fact, Mom actually had me sitting in the tub (vs laying on my cot) so I could play with my toys. She didn't seem to want me to play with the water thermometer though which bugged me. I mean, it sure LOOKS like a toy. No worries though, I was clean and happy as can be(an).

Before bed, Mom read me My Animals and Moo, Baa, La, La, La; a perfect end to the day.

Until later,

Monday, September 21, 2009

Post Weekend Post

Wow, I have a lot to cover here so try to keep up. On Saturday night we had Aunt Abby and Uncle Scott's engagement party so anything that needed to be done Saturday, had to be done early. Step One? WAKE UP DAD! The weather was perfect so Mom and I wanted to go on a walk before we got too busy. And it was a long walk too - so long that I accidently accidentily accidenttly accidentaly accidentley accidentally (finally spell checked) fell asleep and missed two thirds of it. DOH! I love walks and I fell asleep during our longest one yet? Where's the fable?

With the clock ticking, M&D decided that we were due for a trip to Sam's club. ON A WEEKEND? No, No, No. And of course, that place was a mad house. The most entertaining part of the trip was seeing how full the cart was after hearing M&D say they only needed one thing. Although, it was also pretty entertaining watching how much M&D savored the mini bite of Jimmy Dean's sausage biscuits they got from the sample guy. I believe I heard one of them say, "It's so good I don't want to swallow it." So sad.

After we got back from Sam's, we hurried up (relative to our pace of living) and got ready for the party. I couldn't decide which outfit I wanted to wear (I am my mother's daughter!) so I took my two options with me to the party so I could make a game time decision. Also, this way, I wouldn't get my outfit wrinkly from the seat belts. I ended up going with my Polo Seersucker-esque dress from Aunt Patty's mom Toi. I LOVE the texture of that dress!
M&D FAILED to bring the camera so the only shot I have of the entire party is this lousy cell phone pic. If I find some pics from someone else, I'll be sure to pass them along. I'm the tiny white blob there in the center. Let me know if any of you want hard copies of this gem and I'll order one up. I'm sure the demand with justify a volume discount. All in all, I had a total blast at the party. I got passed around to everyone and their mother (sometimes literally) and then did a stint with Dad in the Bjorn. I was ready to go a bit before M&D so I hitched a ride with Grandma & Grandpa Davenport. I even got to spend the night over at their house! THANKS G&G D!

I woke up Sunday morning and before I knew it, Mom was there to pick me up. What the wha? I knew something had to be up because usually M&D would let me stay over and play with G&G D. And I was right, Mom and I (I assume Dad was sleeping) had breakfast with Uncle Charlie, Grandma and Grandpa Herbert and Jan and Al Ashberg. When we got back home, Aunt Darty and Uncle Dave were there waiting for us because we were tagging along with them to the Chiefs home opener. SWEET! We didn't go in but we tail gated which from what I understand, is usually better than the game anyway. Here are some pics of us at the game. And how ready am I for WBDATK 2010??

Well, I'm still behind a day on the post but I'm tired so I'll have to play catch up again tomorrow.

Until Later,

Friday, September 18, 2009


I woke up today one minute after Dad's alarm went off. Happy Dad??? After my bottle, Dad took me upstairs to get ready. Dad knew that I'd want to wear something super cute today because Grandma Herbert had a big day lined up for me. Dad picked out my cute yellow dress as a bit of a farewell to summer.

Shortly after Dad dropped me off, I met one of Mom's best friends's Mom, Ginny McComb. Amanda McComb (Cogar now) went to school with Mom like in the 90s or something (old.) I haven't actually met Amanda or her husband Andy but I went out with them a few times last summer! I was VERY little back then.

A little later I was treated to a visit with Donna Lane who's one of my fave's. As per usual, GmaH took me on a few walks. I think I'm almost ready to ditch the car seat on my walks and sit in the stroller like a big girl. I'm REALLY gonna like my walks with GmaH if I can sit upright!

GmaH took me to Hen House in the afternoon to get some fix'ns for a packed dinner. Treat: Uncle Charlie came into town for Aunt Abby and Uncle Scott's engagement party tomorrow (thanks for playing with me today UC!) Treat: One of AA's crimson and blue (boo) college friends, Meredith, came into town for to par-tay as well. So, with a full table planned for dinner, I helped GmaH do some grocery shopping. Of course, I just chilled in the center of the cart and rocked as GmaH did all the work -- just how I like it!

I played some piano with GmaH today and when Dad came over for dinner, I showed him what I learned.

Until Later,

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Wake Me Up When September Ends

I woke up about 45 minutes early today which I don't think Dad really liked. It usually takes a couple of minutes for my indifferent whining (ehhhhh.... ehhhhh.... ehhhhh) to wake Dad up in the other room so he probably only woke up 41 minutes early. W. I have a cold and I'm still sleeping like 10 hours which I know for a fact is pretty good for 5.5 month olds.

At some point between 3 and 6 months, most babies are capable of sleeping through the night. We're not talking about eight hours, though. "Through the night" at this age generally means a stretch of five or six hours (though some children will sleep much longer).

See Dad, I'm "some children." How would you like it if I were one of those other children?

It was a little chilly this morning when we were getting ready to head over to Miss Anne's so Dad broke out a new pair of the Baby Legs that Mom got me. I think I have a pair of BLs for almost every outfit. Almost-don't give up the hunt, Mom!

I had fun at MA's today. It was so nice out in the afternoon that I had my late bottle outside and then we just chilled out there until Mom came to pick me up. I ran a few errands with Mom but I was exhausted so I took a nap in the car. When I woke up, I was home and Dad was wisking wiskking (spell checked, whish I could spell better) whisking me off to visit Grandma & Grandpa Davenport. I interrupted spaghetti dinner (sorry) but they didn't seem to mind too much. Especially since they had an ulterior motive: their TiVo wasn't working... and yes, it was plugged in. While Dad worked on the TiVo, G&G D and I did some playing. Then Aunt Darty came over later to watch some vampire show (scary!) with GmaD so I got to play with AD and Cousin Riley too! Sweet. I haven't seen CR in awhile so she gave me a million kisses (low estimate.) Below are some pics of the fun we had. As always, click on any picture to see a larger version.

Until Later,

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Start 'Em Young

I woke up a little early this morning but instead of snuggling with Dad, I snuggled with my sisters while Dad got ready. Dad just slapped me onto his bed where I got to play with Parker & Penny. Penny actually came and laid next to me and let me kick her in the back a few dozen times. She's so nice.

I had a blast over Miss Anne's today. In fact, it was quite lucrative. Because Dad doesn't like changing dirty diapers (whatever, it's roses) he and I made a deal that I get a dollar for every dirty diaper I do at MA's (no bonus for blowouts - bummer) and owe a dollar for every dirty I do at home. CHA-CHING! I did three dirties at MA's and one at home so I earned two bones today. Awesome!

After Mom and I got home, Dad gave me a new "toy" he got at the dentist yesterday. It's a teething ring slash tooth brush. And that's actually an appropriate name for it too because I only have one tooth (P-RMCI.) You all have many teeth so why isn't it called a teeth brush? I don't get to use toothpaste yet, just water for now but that's cool. The bristles give me a pretty entertaining sensation and you know it's never too early to prevent the gum disease gingevitas gingivitis and don't get me started on Cavity Creeps (they "make holes in teeth.") I think I'll be a pretty regular brusher.

After my oral care, Mom and I did some reading. The first book was Corduroy (see it on my bookshelf below.) It's about a toy bear who's missing a button on his overalls. He searches for a button in his department store but is unsuccessful. Then a little girl uses the money from her piggy bank and buys Corduroy. She loves Corduroy just the way he is but knows that a button would make him happy so she sews a button on his overalls. There's the fable. It's a very cute story. Then we read Dr. Suess's ABC book. It doesn't exactly have a fable but it's a TON of fun to read.
Big R, little r
What begins with R?
Rose's Red Rhinoceros

Later Dad and I read The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room. It was a bit drawn out but it did make me wish my room were cleaner. Dad still has closet building stuff in there so right now I have a messy room. Where's the fable?

After my dinner Mom, Dad & I went on a walk. It's starting to get darker earlier now and while it wasn't totally dark out, it was dark enough for the street lights to turn on. I love lights and this was the first leisurely stroll I've had to take a look at street lights. Walks; so fun!

I spent the rest of the night playing with the fam. Click on the pictures below to enlarge.

Until Later,

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

School's Out

I woke up a little earlier than normal this morning. I didn't mind though because that just meant some extra QT with Dad. After my bottle Dad and I went to the family room to watch Mike & Mike in the Morning. Penny decided she wanted to snuggle too so she joined me on Dad's lap. She's pretty understanding of me when I grab her with my death like grip or when I smack her with a flailing hand. LOVE HER!

I was in for a nice surprise over at Miss Anne's today. The older kids didn't have school so I got to do lots of playing with Miss Anne's daughters, Allison & Hannah. I didn't get much napping in though so as soon as Mom and I got in the car to go home, I fell asleep.

I had a nice long nap and when I woke up, I was ready to eat some dinner. I pounded my bottle and took a nice steamy bath to help clear up my congestion. The bath was great but M&D must have thought the steam didn't do the trick because then they sprayed saline up my nose. Uh, that was not cool. I'm exhausted now though so I'm gonna head to bed.

Until Later,

Monday, September 14, 2009

Rock This Beret

Mom & Dad decided that since this was the first time I'd actually had a bad cough, that I should maybe go see the doctor even though I hadn't had a fever or anything all weekend. I definitely have some reservations when it comes to the doctor's office because seriously, does my temperature reading need to be SO accurate that it necessitates I be violated? I don't think so. For whatever reason, I got to stay fully clothed for the weigh in (15lbs,11oz) but I was wearing a sleeveless onesie so the nurse took my temp in an acceptable manner. Yea! After getting to our room and giving the nurse the run-down, Dad and I were left to entertain ourselves. This is clearly an expected occurence occurance occurunce (gave up and spell checked - doh, two c's AND two r's. Never saw it coming) occurrence because there's a stash of books in the room. The first book was My Q Sound Box. I guess in this serious of books, the main character collects items that begin with the topic letter and puts them in a box. Needless to say, Q cannot be the best of these books. Quilts, Queen, Quarter, Quart, Quince (I had to look that one up), Quarrel, etc. I think they had to stretch a bit on this one.

Then there were two books in what I think is the "Help Me Be Good" collection. The first was A Children's Book About Overdoing It. Overdoing It is part of the Help Me Be Good About Getting Along With Myself nutshell pack (not kidding) which includes other "childhood" misbehaviors like Being Lazy, Being Forgetful, Being Messy and Being Wasteful. I understand these are children's books but does anyone else see an opportunity for Dad here? Happy Birthday Dad - It's a nutshell pack on your childhood misbehaviors. Anyway, the second book was A Children's Book About Stealing. I found this book particularly insightful, especially this page:

That just sounds "right" to me you know. I feel like if such a situation were to arise, that I'd know what to do and I'm a better person for it.

The verdict from Dr. Shanker was that I have a cold. Which I guess is ultimately good news even though there's nothing I can do about it. This is my 3rd cold and Miss Anne said she thought babies averaged 8 colds their first year so I'm right on par there. Speaking of Miss Anne, I had a ton of fun over there today. I didn't let my cold stop me from taking everything in. Naps? We don't need no stinkin' naps!

When Mom and I got home, Mom went to work on some Papermill Designs stuff so Dad and I did some playing. I LOVE my new BotM book which I went to town on (seen below.)

Then I tried on a piece of my new outfit from Greats Uncle Dale & Aunt Suzi. They just got back from Paris and sent along this hat which has a matching sweater. The sweater won't fit until later this winter but I totally LOVE this hat. (check out my budding mandible central incisor in the first pic)

After my fashion show for M&D, I ran with Mom to the post office to drop off a PMD job then we hit Grandma & Grandpa Herbert's. While we were there, I gave GmaH the universal sign for, "let's play some piano" and she was happy to ablige oblige. I can't wait until I get to go to another Ben Folds concert -- hint hint M&D!

Until Later,

Sunday, September 13, 2009

A Prose by Any Other Name

Hebwo, I habben't been feewing berry well. I considered writing this whole post in "cold prose" but Google doesn't have a translator for that and I'm afraid you wouldn't know what I'm saying.

When I woke up on Friday morning, I was all congested and coughing. When I breathe it sounds like I've been smoking 3 packs a day for a few decades. Sweet. Fortunately I haven't let it ruin my weekend with Mom, Dad and my sisters.

On Friday, I went over to Grandma Herbert's for the day and we were so busy. When I got there, the cleaning peeps were there so GmaH and I went on a walk and then played outside as they finished up. The weather was great and I really enjoy just staring up at the trees. GmaH had an errand to run so Aunt Abby was charged with taking care of me. As you know, I like to give AA a hard time when we're alone. Usually I just start crying and screaming which is pretty funny but on Friday I decided to go for a diaper malfunction. I gave it my best but the diaper held up and AA did a pretty good job dealing with it. After GmaH got home we checked in with The Lady with the Alligator Purse who's still trying to deal with Tiny Tim's antics like drinking the bath water. Uh, gross. GmaH and I also did a little piano playing and singing. GmaH knows so many great songs! The highlight of the day was set to be a trip to the Plaza to visit Kaplan's Fabrics. AA was getting some fabric for the dress she's making for her engagement party. Unfortunately I got so excited that I wore myself out and slept while we were at the store. Doh! I think GmaH knew that I was bummed about missing KF so she took me on a second walk. Sweet.

We didn't really do much on Friday night which was kinda nice. Saturday morning I slept in until 11:00 after having gone to bed at 9:00 the night before. Now, I did wake up at 11:30pm but only long enough to get my diaper changed. I was falling asleep on the changing table so Dad just put me back to sleep. 14 hours. Love it! Saturday was pretty chill. I was still exhausted so I only stayed awake a few hours at a time and peppered naps in all over the place. During some of my conscious spells, I played with my new "book of the month" book The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Those of you familiar with my bookshelf (at the bottom of this blog) know that The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been on my shelf since the beginning. However, this is kind of like the Cliff's Notes or abridged version. It's only a few pages but the pages are soft and full of knrinkle stuff so it makes lots of noise and it's got interactive flaps and even a strawberry teether. Essentially it's a book that I'm totally allowed to chew on. During another break from napping, Mom and I watched Dad finish the top shelf of my closet. Yea!

Sunday was pretty chill as well. I wasn't as tired but I'm still suffering from my cold which stinks. It's okay though, I was still in a pretty good mood because I got to snuggle with my sisters a ton. Oh, I almost forgot, MOM & DAD took my sisters and me on TWO walks this weekend. HOLY COW!

Until Later,

Friday, September 11, 2009

C Note

Wow, 100 episodes... of the days of my life.... about which I blogged. 100 of anything can be a pretty big deal, probably, I didn't do a lot of research. I know the Olathe Public Library celebrated it's 100th birthday this year. So that's something. Seinfeld celebrated its 100th episode with a clip show so maybe I'll follow along those lines.

Here's my favorite line from each of the first 99 posts. I've just listed them chronologically because stack ranking would have taken waaaay too long.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Roll Me Away

Today was pretty crazy. Dad woke me up early because we had to get my sisters to Picasso Dog Groomery for their hair appointment with Tak. Tak's shop is at 45th and Main though so it's not exactly around the corner. And of course, Dad hit the snooze button a few times so we were behind the eight ball from the get go. To help Dad out, I decided I'd be a perfect little angel while Dad worked to get his three girls ready and out the door.

After dropping Parker & Penny off at Tak's the next stop was to Miss Anne's. Dad did have to cut some corners this morning to get us out the door. I didn't "get" any solids (bummer) and I just stayed in my jammies rather than getting a new outfit. That certainly is one perk of being a baby; it's generally accepted for me to wear jammies 24/7. MA was pretty understanding too so I wasn't embarrassed or anything. It did get a little warm later in the day so MA changed me into one of the blow out backup onesies we keep in my bag. All in all, it was a fun day at MA's.

So it's official, my first tooth has broken the surface. That's right, it's my Right Mandibular Central Incisor. I'll be honest, I haven't really enjoyed the process and am not looking forward to the next 19 coming in either. Here's an animated reenactment... kind of.

So, first tooth is a pretty big day but I didn't stop there. I ROLLED OVER for the first time today. Mom's official roll-over counter is now at two. The funny thing is, she's been all about me rolling over but I waited until she turned her back to do the first one. HA! But, since I'm a nice kid I went ahead and did another one to make her happy. Then of course Mom called Dad up and of course he brought the video camera. That's when I decided to go on strike though so Dad captured ten minutes of fussines. Here I thought if I rolled over I could then do LESS tummy time since the milestone had been achieved but since M&D want to see it again, I'm having to do even MORE tummy time. Where's the fable?

At least during the after dinner session of TT I got to be on the floor so I could play with my sisters.

While I was playing a little later, Dad slapped me in the middle of the Boppy so I could work on my sitting. Man, these people are never satisfied are they? So for good measure, I rocked this boppy and did some of my best sitting to date.

After some pre-bed carrots (yea?) I had a bath and had yet ANOTHER first. My first bath with toys. May not be as impressive to M&D but it was maybe my favorite part of the day.

Until Later,