Friday, July 2, 2010

Trilogy

So Blogger is officially on my 'full diaper' list. I've tried uploading multiple different files (of me walking) in multiple different formats directly to Blogger and I get the same error once it's done uploading. So, for those of you who can't view YouTube, I apologize but this is the best I can do right now. Also, tell your IT guy he stinks!

This first video is not of my first steps but it is the first video of... some steps. If you'll recall, I walked for the first time outside the Sprint store and I must have caught Dad off guard because he didn't catch it on video. And of course, M&D tried to get me to walk on camera for several days but they had to know as soon as I saw their survailance survalance survailence surveilance survaliance survailince servailance survalance (Oh come on!) surveillance equipment that I would SHUT IT DOWN! Without further ado, here's the vid.

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I realize you can't see my feet in that one but you'll have to take my word that I was walking. Word. No-takesies-backsies.

That first video was taken while Mom was running errands and this one is right after she got home. These are actually the first steps Mom saw me take so she was pretty excited. Also, you'll get a feel for why I don't walk so much. I mean, this place is like a mine field. Even if I get some momentum I only have like 2 feet of open space. Man, someone should teach me to pick up after myself. Wait, what?

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Okay, here's one last video and you better buckle in. It's a hodge-podge of me walking (and falling) and dancing and even singing along with a little Taio Cruz. Seriously though, it's nearly seven minutes long but lets face it, if you're reading this blog you probably don't have anything better to do. Or maybe you just miss me...A LOT. Your reward will be catching Mom doing a little dancing too while she thought she was out of frame. Silly Mom!

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Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,
Avery

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