Post by SheilaTheTank on Jan 19, 2017 9:12:19 GMT -5
K high fives. It was one of the first things MH showed her how to do.
She does the tongue click thing when she wants food. We were buying pouches at the grocery store and when she saw them she spit out the binkie and started clicking her tongue. Then all hell broke lose when I didn't give her a pouch right away. I ended up feeding on to her in the aisle and handing the empty one to the cashier in the check out line. lol.
K's newest thing is sitting quietly in her room and "reading" books while I get ready in the morning. It is literally the greatest thing ever.
@sheilatgetank that is so cute! The reading. LO gets so excited for books she like freaks out, idk how we will ever add that to bedtime. I could be reading goodnight moon in a calm voice and you would think I was tickling her and playing loud music by her reaction!
J really doesn't like his hands being grabbed/touched so it's hard to teach him things like high five, clapping, and waving. I think it's just an independence thing for him. He wants to do everything on his own. He started pulling to a stand a couple of weeks ago and is now cruising along the furniture. Sometimes he whistles. For a while I thought it was accidental, but he keeps doing it. He smacks his lips together and clicks his tongue when he eats. Blowing raspberries is the best thing in the world again after months of not doing it.
Post by DanaScullyX on Jan 22, 2017 2:18:39 GMT -5
M just discovered she can reach out of her crib and get books off the bedside table. I'm so proud and excited. I put the table there for that exact reason, since my little cousin loved to read in her crib. I hope it buys me time in the morning.
Post by rachelilly23 on Jan 22, 2017 15:33:07 GMT -5
K has started dancing when BeatBelle is on. It's so cute. She holds her one arm out and moves it around while she kind of wiggles her torso and cocks her head back and forth. She also cocks her head back and forth if you do it or if you shake your head at her.
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