I am a Christian, a mommy, and a wife who makes her living caring for other people's very tiny or very sick newborn babies as a neonatal nurse pracitioner. When I'm not at work I love to read, cook, and bake. I love most dogs, and tolerate some cats. I was born sarcastic and try to find the humor in every situation (much to the chagrin of my poor husband).
In order to determine whether or not she can, we probably need to let her try.
So I did…
Here is what happened. The spoon went into her left hand. Her right hand went straight into the yogurt and then into her mouth. The spoon occasionally went into her mouth, but not always with yogurt on board.
Verdict = Not quite clear on the concept
BUT she sure had a great time! Sorry for the large number of pics…they are all my favorite!
Oh yeah, Sophie is getting some skills…serious skills. She can now exit the car without assistance. Sadly enough this is the only time she ever attempted so who knows how long she could have done it if she just tried! Now, if she could just get the car to move forward (instead of all reverse all the time) she would really be in business.
The Hamilton’s have a watchdog and a puppy in their living room…Sophie LOVES them. I cannot tell you how many kisses this dog statue got in one night! I’m pretty sure she loves him because he doesn’t lick back (like Zoe) or try to claw her (like Tigger). It’s much more rewarding when your affections are not thwarted! If you are wondering why Sophie isn’t wearing pants, no she isn’t going for the redneck baby of the year look…she had a little too much water and not quite enough diaper changes.
We went over to the Hamilton’s for dinner and Sophie and David played together all night long! At one point we had the toddler version of wrestlemania on the couch. David was very gentle…Sophie on the other hand went all out. However, I’m not sure if her goal was just to play with his hair, point out his facial features (she’s just learning eyes, nose, mouth), or if she was actually trying to pin him down. Either way Dave’s best defense was the fetal position!