Posted by: thiscait | February 14, 2007

Snow

We’ve had a lovely combination of snow and ice in DC, so schools are closed today. Wheee! Natalie has entered the grumpy phase of her cold and refused to take a long enough morning nap, so today should be…interesting. But at least we’re all home.

Since we’re home and blogger has forced us to convert, I may take advantage of their new exciting features and play with our template. So when things start to look even funnier around here…well…that’s just me.

In the meantime, here are some videos to keep you busy.

First, nothing like a cold to teach you about your nose…

Second, she’s been saying hi for several months now, but I finally got it on video yesterday. She’s getting frighteningly good at parroting, coming out with duck and banana (well, duh and nuhnana) in the last two days. We’re getting a little scared.

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Responses

  1. LOVE the nose, and the HI.

  2. Too cute — both the Hi and the nose.

  3. cuuuuuuuuuuuuuute!!!!

    I want to see more tricks!!!

  4. Adorable! I’m still working on the HI (16 months old!), but I guess boys are slower to talk. Either that or he’s antisocial.

    Ditto on what calliope said more tricks please!

  5. Sweetness!

  6. So glad you get an unexpected day together! Snow days really are the best. Natalie’s such a cutie! Picchi has taken to identifying “nose” by not only saying some semblance of the word but also grabbing my nose with all his might and putting his fingers up my nostrils. Ah, the golden moments…

  7. The girl is a genius! Pointing to body parts and hi? Seriously. She will be taking over the world in a year. My kid just sucks on things and makes indistinguishable noises. Go Nat!

  8. Well, Carrie, Natalie can’t do the how big is Natalie thing that Logan can do (that is so cute!), and honestly, the talking kind of scares us. In a good way, but still scary.

  9. Wow, what an awesome cute little genius she is!


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