Behavior Change at 9th Month

Publié par Analyse à 8/31/2006 06:55:00 PM

jeudi, août 31, 2006

I'm growing. Aside from my rapid physical development, my behaviour towards people and different circumstances equally takes its lead. I'm at present in a stage where Filipinos would say I couldn't be kidnapped anymore. Why? Because I don't trust anybody anymore, except of course from my parents and those with whom I'm regularly in contact with, like my Yaya.

Yesterday, it was my 9th month visit at my Pediatrician. At prior occasions, I was more of an observant, cheerful little girl. Yesterday, I was more of a cry baby, without the tears of course. Well, my doctor actually said I'm kind and agreable considering I just cried for a few seconds after the shot of Prevenar vaccins, it's more to tell them I don't like staying naked infront of my doctor rather than being hurt from the injection. Bye-bye time was my ultimate show. The doctor wanted to shake my hands but I quickly pulled my two hands away and threw him a 'don't touch me' look. Everybody laughed except me.

Still yesterday, Mom brought me to a boutique and bought me some trendy clothes. I just loved to be there, in between shelves full of colorful clothes. I was touching everything within my reach, as if I'm doing the shopping myself. I stop from time to time, bewildered by those people telling me how beautiful I am. I don't actually know what that means. Anyways. At the end of the shopping spree, Mom took me at a corner where a horrible man was desperately trying to make little children smile. Arriving at home, she excitedly said Papa that I just had my first portrait picture, and I was like half smiling - half crying. I'll show the picture to you next week and let me know what you think. In the meantime, I'll leave you with this photo masterpiece taken by my Mom. She thinks she's a pro.

One more thing, don't leave me in one corner deary, or else it will melt your heart to see me crying as if the whole world has abandoned me. I cannot stand staying on my own anymore, besides, if you stay with me, I'll make sure it would be fun.

I could show you how to push buttons and play music with my toys, play close - open with my hands when you sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Ainsi Font and throw all my toys so you could bring them all back to me. Won't that be fun?

Oppps, and by the way, I just want to add that I know how to drive my walker now: left and right, forward and backward. Great! I could go to some forbidden corners like the shoe cabinet or the back of the computer all I want. Yipee!

And if you think you're good enough to play ballgames and cheer at the same time, think again. Come and play with me.

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PS: I just thought you might want to share my peach...

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Stats: height 77 cm, weight 10.4 kg, vaccin Prevenar.

Bonne Fête Louna

Publié par Analyse à 8/25/2006 09:54:00 PM

vendredi, août 25, 2006

We were wondering what date we will celebrate her fête as Louna is not a name present in the catholic calendar till we saw this article in a newspaper. It's official, bonne fête Louna!

What's New at 9 Months Old

Publié par Analyse à 8/22/2006 07:32:00 PM

mardi, août 22, 2006

Ok, I know. I've promised you more stories about me and nothing's popping out of this little chez moi. Not that nothing's going on with my 9-month-old life, it's just that I'm quite busy tagging Mama and Papa along with me and my little activities, thus keeping them far from the computer. Yep, kids as tiny as me could demand a lot of attention, you know.

Well, where do I begin? You might be interested to know that I could actually stand while holding on a support and at the same time watch Dora, my favorite explorer. My little hands and feet aren't strong enough tho to pull myself up and stand on my own. But with the help of Mama or Papa, I could grip on their hands and stand.. then try walking. Yes, that's one of my 9-month-old discovery. When helped by someone, I could even run.

Papa is quite impatient to see me crawl, but not yet. There's time for that. Mama thinks I'm not far from being capable as I could put myself on a crawling position. What I need is to dare that first move. And yes, I guess my naughty parents provoke me by putting my toys quite out of my reach. Nasty Mama and Papa.

I also started to mumble different sounds, including those syllables everybody awaits - mama and papa. During promenades, I catch all those admirative glances and remarks as I untiringly recite my new-found syllables. Mama says I love singing.

Aren't you tired reading yet? Well, because I still have a lot to say. Did you know that I start to imitate? Like Maman will show me how to put the key in my toy car, and I'll try as much as I could to do the same? But well, I never succeeded yet but Mama says it will come.

I started accompanying my parents do a tour en velo - yep, bicycles! I don't drive, I just entertain them with my songs.

I even had an extra surprise last weekend when we stopped at a playground. Yipee! They know I love staring at other kids. It's another way to learn, right?

And look at my first slide!

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Here's another naughty stuff I do to entertain my parents. You know, I could do a one-kid show!

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By the way, I have a rendez-vous with my Pediatrician next week - monthly check-up and another shot of vaccins. He might think I'm a little giant as I'm dressed with 18-month-sized clothes (81 cm) for my age.

My First Summer Vacation

Publié par Analyse à 8/16/2006 04:22:00 PM

mercredi, août 16, 2006

After the scorching heat which hit France the week before our vacation, we were welcomed by the cold temperature on our two vacation destinations. Nothing more to say, let the pictures speak for themselves...

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Oppps, by the way, just want to update you that I started mumbling mama and papa.. next time, i'll tell more stories, promise!