Tag: development

Pride and pomp

On the train en route to Boston, my little one slept peacefully with his legs resting on my lap. He was a bit restless early on in the train ride because we woke up an hour and a half early

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I saw the sign(s)

When it comes to infant communication, before having a baby I doubted the value of infant sign language to healthy children. I mean, babies communicate in their own way, right? Through cries, responses, looks. When spoken language has so many

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Moo

I can hardly believe how quickly the weeks are passing now; just think how I will feel one, two, five years from now and how much little L will have grown. some of you have been fortunate enough to witness

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Dirty hands and dirty spoons

Tonight as little L grabbed onto a little spoon with his teeny tiny hands, I marveled at the workings of his fingers, how he has now learned to hold a spoon in any number of configurations of fingers interwoven with

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Back to the grindstone

The past several weeks have been busy ones for T, L, and I, and this week has been no exception: we are getting back to a routine.  We had the fortune last month of spending two weeks in our homeland

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