But I try not to take it personal.
Even when she says it all through lunch.
Lunch: leftover 'deddy' (spaghetti) and cantalope.
Every few bites, she would say 'trash.'
And oh, when it was time to put her diaper in the trash, it was like Christmas to her.
Flipping the light switch on and off was almost as good as the trash.
Grandpa came home 2 hours early from work, so he took us shoe shopping.
He's trying to coax Téa into giving back the shoe she took from the shelf.
Our baby girls obviously has experience with a debit card!
I wonder what she was thinking when she saw this poster on the way out of the mall.
We had barely started the car when we heard velcro sounds coming from the back seat.
Téa already had learned how to unlatch her new sandals!
So I just gave her some of the tuna mixed with mayo, some avocado pieces, and some cooked carrots, and toast....she seemed to love it all.
Then I started thinking....Is it okay to give tuna to babies in 2010?
I fed it to my sons, but it seems I heard something about the tuna rules changing. Uh oh.
She is such a busy little girl.
I mentioned to Den that Téa doesn't smile very much.
He quickly said, "She is too busy to smile!"
A messy, but successful day.
I think I underestimated how comfortable and attached she is to us. It's not like we are strangers to her.
Yet, tonight as it got close to bedtime she repeatedly said, "Ma Me... Daddy." Over and over.
It's like she was saying, "It's been swell, but now I want my parents."
She went right to sleep but then about 30 minutes later she cried
so Grandpa held her and patted her back til she was back in dream land again.
I snuck in to take a picture just now and this is what I found.
Amy says Téa is her only daughter who ever slept with a baby doll.
My mother use to say the same thing about me!
Elora volunteered to come help me tomorrow, and I said YES!