A chronicle for E (AKA Belly, Bean, or Adventure Girl) as she heads toward toddlerhood and beyond!
Thursday, August 18, 2011
The new words for the week are: Walk, Water (pronounced Wa-Wa), Ernie (as in Bert and Ernie), and Heart. She also knows where the heart is located on a person.
She's also learned to jump this week. From the ground she's not very good at getting into the air, but she loves to jump off things, usually when there is someone to catch her.
E really has two main nick names, Belly and Bean (or Beanie), so jumping bean describes her perfectly right now.
August 18- Today was the last day of swimming lessons, I think E will really miss the other kids and the songs and other activities at class. After her lesson, she got to go to Grandma and Grandpa's house for lunch, play time and a nap. Then, she got to go to Ama and Ada's house for some time with Teddy and a quick swim in the pool. To top it off, she ate dinner at a restaurant and stayed in her chair almost the entire time.
August 17- E loves bushing her teeth, she loves using the tooth brush, dipping it in water, and brushing her teeth and sucking water off the brush. E, dada, Grandma, and Grandpa went to the zoo this afternoon and had lunch at Grandma and Grandpa's. E got to spend the evening with Rora and her parents when her parents had a date night. The girls listened to music and colored lots of pictures.
August 15- E got these tunnels for Christmas and we just got them out this week. She had a good time crawling through them, but her favorite part were the large squares. We had Rora over to play with the tunnels too, and she had a great time in them also.
August 14- I was lucky to get a visitor at work today, she was exhausted when she first got there, so took a little snooze in the archives. She was adorable sleeping near my desk, and most of my co-workers commented on how peaceful she looked. After her nap, we visited with my co-workers and had lunch with Ada. E and dada went to the Memorial Union and looked at ducks, then went out for ice cream. E had her usual, a plain cone, no ice cream. When I got home we took a nice long walk with Rora and her dad.