I am much neater now. Guess my hair really was in my eyes! I got my hairs cut, too -- it was fun, though I did try to go Sixteen Candles on the hair dresser by swinging my head suddenly... Next time.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Shocking that I'm not malnourished, right? If you put enough in front of me, I'm bound to get at least 5% in my mouth.
The other 95%? Well, let's see: sleeves - check, floor - check, bib pocket - definitely check, high chair - HA, pants - of course, hair - sometimes
Someone's gotta keep mom busy...
The week before Thanksgiving, Aunt Donna came over so we could play -- and Mom could go get her hairs cut.
She has a lot of hairs, so we had lots of time to take my RAD new trike (thnx Mimi and PopPop!) out for a spin around the neighborhood. It was loads of fun and as usual Aunt Donna wore me out.
I suspect I may have worn her out, too :)
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
I still think cake is gross, but Mom and Dad think it's pretty tasty.
Here's me and Mom goofing around:
She thought it was a good look. I'm not so sure that glasses really make her look smarter.
* Uncle JP has a good story about what happens if your parents forget to fill the pinata.
I know, I know, you thought I forgot. But really I was just so busy that I didn't have time to sort through all my pictures.
We had company mid-month. Dad's cousin, Natali came down from NYC. She was a lot of fun and we had a really good time playing together. We all went to Tot Shabbat, which was great -- like music class and Sunday school all rolled into one. I even sat in my little chair and played the maracas!
We also went to BBQ and Blues festival, which was pretty awesome -- though there was no instrument playing for me there.
The next weekend we went to Boo at the Zoo. Arrrr, matey.
Mom and Dad were going to dress me as a parrot, but thankfully I escaped that idea. Besides, it might have looked like I belonged with a different family, given that Chris's family were all birds.
Here's more pictures:
Then the next weekend it was finally Halloween! Woopee! I got to dress up as a monkey this time.
Before I discovered my tail.
Mom was a devil (isn't she anyway?) and Dad was [arrrr] a pirate again.
We went trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. And one of our neighbors really tricked out my ride -- love the banana leaves!
And here's the full set of photos:
That was it for October, save for some cat chasing.
pushing my mail cart around,
and generally being a diva...
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Just in case there is ever a doubt that I'm related to Mom...
We've got to vacuum every day:
Pesky cat hair and dust.
I feel the need...
... the need for clean.
Who knew that cleaning was sooo much fun!?!
And my new found love of peanut butter proves that I really am related to Dad.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Day 363. What was on the agenda for today?
Torture cats: check
Practice steering the mail cart: check
Eat finger foods: check
Poop: check, check
Have Mom feed me: check
Run errands with Mom: check
Rearrange Mom's sock drawer: check
Walk again: check
Help fold laundry: check
Next week: running and seeing what kind of new dance mom does when I do so.
* Last week I took a couple steps to Mom's open arms, but decided that this whole walking thing was overrated -- despite the fantastic reaction -- and not worth pursuing. I changed my mind. I'm fickle, what can I say.