017-020

017 – Jan. 17

017

You’re a funny little boy. As I was feeding you some mashed meet and veggies, you got very upset. After a while I realized you wanted to feed yourself, so I gave you the spoon which you immediately threw on the floor. Any further hesitation on my part was thwarted by your shrieks so I just gave you the bowl and you proceeded eating with your hands, looking very happy about it, albeit with a slightly disgusted look – warm squishy stuff on your fingers didn’t exactly feel awesome šŸ™‚

018 – Jan. 18

018

You have this book that plays and sings songs, in Russian. Today as I started singing one of the songs out of it, you looked at me, then at the shelf, then crawled there, tugged the book off the shelf and got your party going. You knew where the song was from – amazing! Although you couldn’t find the button for that particular song. Not yet šŸ™‚

019 – Jan. 19

019

You just love your pacifiers. You can’t get enough. If you have a pacifier in your mouth and come across another one, you immediately spit the one in your mouth out and stuff the new one in. Only to get attracted to the just-discarded one again. And again. And again. There is no such thing as too many pacifiers – and you regret you got only one mouth for them!

020 – Jan. 20

020

Weee! Zoom, zoom, zoom, we’re going to the moon! The way your hair flies up, always cracks us up šŸ™‚

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9 thoughts on “017-020

  1. St. Elsewhere

    Beautiful Pictures..all of them!

    Photographs are such wonderful documentation. Attaboy at Timothy knowing which book the song came from – that’s very bright of him!

    Reply
        1. Tanya Post author

          can you read in Russian?
          This website is one of the biggest ones online: http://www.ozon.ru/
          But even amazon has Russian books. The hardest thing is finding them there (figuring out how the name was transliterated into latin alphabet)

          Reply
          1. 1st-time mom

            Yes, I can read Russian. šŸ™‚ Thanks for the website! As for Amazon..yeah its strange how they “translate” things. I was looking for a Russian cookbook once and it was ridiculous!

            Reply

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