I don't understand how some parents don't read to their children. Michaela will grab a book, walk to us, and shove the book in our face repeatedly until we read the book to her. Then she'll try to turn the pages before we finish reading the page, go away and do something else, or quickly find another book for us to read. Michaela is fascinated by her new-found ability to walk backwards.
|I can play in it...and I can drink it.||He he, I'm in the pool with my clothes on.|
|Is that a bird? Or a plane?||Can I escape this way?|
|I made it to the top!||This is the life...getting pushed on both sides.|
|But this is where I want to go.||Is my time-out over yet?|
|How am I supposed to eat this thing if I can't get the head in my mouth?||"...Yes, a giraffe has a mother, just like me and you." (reading her book)|