Lastnight when I got home from work Zach was in the best mood. He was being a little ham and just cracking us up with every little thing he did. Of course times like these require that the video camera gets pulled out. As soon as I turn the video camera on though, he usually stops whatever he is doing, but I did get a couple of short clips.
The first one was at the dinner table. Zach had just finished eating and was patiently waiting for the rest of us to finish up when he decided to start chewing on his toes. Every time he would stick his toes in his mouth we would tell him it was “yucky” and he would laugh so hard. He did it over and over again. Here’s the evidence:
The second clip is of Zach watching The Upside Down Show, a new show on Noggin. He gets quite excited when it is on. This video cracks me up every time I watch it.
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Very cute. Thanks for the smile.
I found the clip of him watching the show to be completely fascinating. As much as he was paying attention to what was on the screen, every time he reacted to something, he’d look around to see if anyone else was reacting to what he saw, or if they were reacting at all to his reaction, or to what he was otherwise doing.
With the completely ADORABLE factor as an added benefit, of course, I think that people should really watch and pay close attention to babies-on-film. If the camera is not too intrusive, even better. People could learn a lot about themselves and about other adults if they simply just paid attention to and processed what the baby is actually doing and saying.
In many ways, we never grow up.
Just wanted to say Hi, and LOVE the new look! I’m jealous!
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