Monday, June 8, 2009

Cute Thing

Sean likes to cover the baby's ears. It makes her grin and remove his hands. Sometimes she'll even giggle. It is a highly rewarding practice.

Anyway, he was covering her ears, and she'd move his hands and wait for him to cover them again. And after like 5 or so times she decided it was enough of having her ears covered. So she covered his ears.

Sean sold his netbook last weekend. So we took pictures of Lillian with it, as it is a proper sized computer for her.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

More Teeth

I want you to note at how many teeth this kid has. It is rather impressive.

Friday, June 5, 2009

First Steps

Last night she took her first 3-4 consecutive steps. I think that it is really clicking since she was able to do it multiple times. Exciting and scary!

Sunday, May 24, 2009


Lillian learned how to clap. We have been working on it for a while: clapping in front of her, clapping her hands, having her clap our hands. We've been doing this for weeks. Anyway, this morning she finally decided to clap on her own with out 'showing' her how when Sean entered the room. He'd leave and she'd stop, just to start again when he came back. Sean is baby's favourite person.

And here is a picture for good measure:

Monday, May 18, 2009

I got a look...

She's so young and already she's giving, "Aww, come on, mom" type looks. It makes me so sad. I can't wait until she's old enough that I can mess up fairy tales and she can correct me. At least then I'll deserve those looks.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

April Update

I didn't post at all in April. And it was so long ago, that I don't remember specific things to post about. The best I can do is post pictures so you can get an idea of what we did. She has perfected pulling up and can kind of cruise.

Sitting next to the cat nest. Little does the cat know that in the next couple of months her primary goal will be to climb into the cat nest.Eating a shoe. She is going to have to wear shoes all the time in the 1's class and I can't get her to stop eating them.
Very proud of herself for getting the dog bone. The dog is unaware of this development.

She is handing me the basket after she removed all of the toys, presumably to convince me that I need to replace the toys.

Patting the dog. I don't know why my text changed for this.

Monday, March 30, 2009