Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Bad Blogger

This is one of the first toys that I asked P to assemble when we arrived home from China. Baby S needed to practice walking and the wagon is perfect for that. Initially, our baby girl had no idea what to make of it, and once she did, her legs were not strong enough.

What a difference a few months, and plenty of practice make. The best part is the sheer joy and pride she exudes when she celebrates her accomplishment. Baby S is like her Baba and big brother J in that sense. They do not know the meaning of modesty and are their own cheering section. * The wagon and its contents weigh 21 pounds.*

We have been dealing with serious sleep deprivation and is truly getting worse every night. Baby S has decided that sleep is for the weak. Could someone explain to her that her parents are very, very weak?


ruthieaya said...

Hola Sula:
Que bien te quedo el juego con el wagon, lo disfrutastes en grande.
no puedo creer que a tan corta edad
demuetres tu habilidad para lo que te propones. Estoy muy orgullosa de tener una nieta como tĂș.que mucho te divertistes y yo tambien lo disfrute.
Que Dios te bendiga
Abuela Ruthie

Michelle said...

Oh my God, that was soooooo sweet!

I'm sorry about the no sleeping thing. That is torture. My sister said it took 8 or 9 months before Gracie stopped waking up screaming in the middle of the night. That probably doesn't make you feel better, but after that she would(and continues to) go down for the night and not a peep from her until the morning. Sending good, sleepy thoughts your way!

Anonymous said...

We get super excited when we walk too. It was great seeing you in Costco the other day.

J and A