Sunday, March 23, 2008

Easter Photos: Lessons

I decided that after months of chasing annoying plastic eggs around my house last year, I was going to learn my lesson. This Easter I was going to decorate real eggs and that Q would love to help. What I learned a little too late is that you should buy white eggs if you are going to dye them. Nonetheless. It was a fun project and Q loved it.

After finding the hidden eggs this morning, Q immediately wanted them hidden for another hunt. The second round Noodle got to help (she woke up). As you can see, she found one Q missed (in the other shoe) and is trying to get his attention.

Other lessons learned this weekend. I set Noodle down on the floor next to a sleepy J. When I came back, this is what I found:

It took a while to get the kleenex out of her mouth...

Her third tooth has emerged, but Number 4 is just under the gum next to it. She's a good sport, but having trouble falling asleep.

She's showing a strong appreciation for the people she likes. When she wants someone particular and they either come into the room, or pick her up, she laughs with delight. She's determined to get what - or who - she wants.

She's hard to resist.

1 comment:

Rebecca :-) said...

Hi! Thanks so much for your post on my blog and for your interest in the survey! We couldn't do research like this without enthusiastic parents!
Survey construction can be very challenging, and I really appreciate your comments on my blog with a further explanation about your experiences. Learning more about a parent's experiences (ie through your comments) can certainly add an important dimension to research. I'd be delighted to share the results of this phase of the study with you. I imagine that you indicated at the end of the survey that you wanted to get the results via e-mail when they are ready? If not, let me know, and I will make sure that we are able to share with you what we have found. If you know of any other parents who might be interested in our research, we'd also be delighted to hear about their experiences (no pressure to go out and find them though if you don't know of any at the moment!) Thanks again, and if you haven't done so already, we also love to get comments at the milestones research blog:

Enjoy the rest of your week!