April – 2007 –
I went swimming for the first time ever this past weekend. I swam on Saturday and it was really fun. I think that I did well.
I had my first Easter and E. Bunny brought me a nice dress, some toys and some candy. I loved the dress, but I was even more interested in this strange “grass” in the basket E. brought me along with some plastic eggs that made fun noises when I shake them. E. also left some footprints to inspect. I wish he wouldn’t have wiped his feet on the back of my daddy’s black jacket.
I had breakfast at the Peak Grill the other day. I now, regularly, sit in a high chair by myself and eat food from my mommy and daddy’s plates.
Last week I got to try out the new buggies that they go that daycare. I enjoyed pushing people around.
Here is a shot of a few of my first steps. Both mommy and daddy said that they can’t believe how much I have improved in just one week. I also give a few tips on how to dance so pay attention, and you may want to get a notebook and pencil to take notes.
So tonight I got my first X-Ray (now I know what the letter X is for). I was at daycare and I was learning to walk but I tripped and fell banging my right eye on the bookshelf. I cried. My mommy came and got me and by the time I got home I was happy again and trying to walk. But mommy and daddy were a little concerned and so they took me to the emergency room… again.
This hospital visit was at a different hospital and we were in and out much faster but they were concerned too so they took an x-ray of my face because they were worried that my orbital bone might have been fractured.
I practiced walking more while we waited to get x-rayed. I’m getting pretty good and I can take like 8 – 10 steps without falling.
We wore lead aprons and daddy had to hold my chin up so they could get a good picture. I cried. But now I have my first X-ray and even my daddy is in it You can see his hand under my chin. It looks like he is choking me. He-he.
More pictures from when Aunt Corinne and Grandma were here. This is when I “found” Aunt Corinne’s wallet. I learned my lesson.