January-February 2005

Pictures: 3/5/05 photo album.

I continue to grow. I am a real kid, with a real personality. I’m talking a mile a minute.

I like the snow, which is a good thing because we seem to be getting a lot of it. Mom figured out I like to hang out with her while she shovels. She’s made a little game of it, shoveling Sophie paths so I can follow her around while she works. I also enjoy sledding too. It’s quite a workout for my folks!

I’ve done a bit of traveling the past few months. In January we went to my first cousin-once-removed’s bat mitzvah. It was a little loud. I had a great time hanging out with my cousins, though. I even danced a little bit to own of my favorite songs, “Hey Ya,” which my dad requested especially for me.

We visited my cousins Leah and Eli in February. We went to the New York State Museum in Albany, and I went on a carousel. I loved it. It was a good thing it was free, because I was on there at least 10 times.

I have recently discovered the Baby Einstein videos. Baby Shakespeare and Baby Dolittle are my favorites. My folks only let me watch once a day. They’re hoping when the weather gets better I’ll be more reluctant to stay inside and watch TV, but for now, it breaks up an inside day. My dad has been looking for “non-kid kid” videos, like Stomp, and The Way Things Go.

I can’t think of what else to report. I’m sleeping better, down to one solid nap a day. Mom has started a nighttime routine with me which seems to be working. I love Cheddar Bunnies and mac & cheese (into which my folks sneak a jar of carrots as “sauce”). I continue to love tomatoes and pizza. I’ve started to make hints about toilet training — which sometimes works, and sometimes has disgusting results! My favorite books are “Click Clack Moo” and “Duck for President” by Doreen Cronin, and “Once a Mouse” by Marcia Brown. I really like taking baths now. Guess that’s it!



A trip to NYC… Dad’s birthday… Leah’s birthday party… final trip to Grammie & Grampie’s house in Tolland… better weather!!!!

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