Julia has also become fixated on borrowing a small treasure chest toy from daycare. Apparently, she's driving Candace and Marcy nuts by asking about over and over again. Luckily, we came up with a scheme for her to *not* ask about it all day, and then she can borrow it. Hopefully that'll preserve everyone's sanity. She takes the treasure chest home (it's just a small plastic chest with fake coins molded inside -- kinda like what you'd see in a fish tank) and carries it around with her. It has to be on the side table if she's watching TV, or on the dinner table if she's eating, or next to the computer if she's playing a game, and finally tucked into a corner of her crib which also happens to contain 2 plastic toy dinosaurs from the museum, a small velvet bag containing several rocks, marbles, and a plastic mermaid cocktail decoration, and a rubber ball.
Isaac is enjoying watching the Teletubbies lately. He repeats every "uh-oh," "bye bye" and squeals and claps with excitement to see the "bebe" (pronounced in the French manner) in the sun. I'm not complaining, as he will actually lay still for a diaper change and getting dressed in the morning if the Teletubbies are on the tube. He's also been having a great time playing ball with Todd. He uttered his first sentence, "Daba daba dabe dabu," while pointing back and forth between himself and Todd and holding the ball. It made perfect sense :)
April 28, 2004 01:01 PM PDT
I wish I could have gone to the museum with the babies!!! I miss them terribly. Give them both big kisses and hugs from Aunt Kathy. XXOO!!!!
On a side note, post something about yourself Karen! It *is* your blog afterall. ;) How's your research going? I saw the Tuesday noon site! How's that going?
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