A surprise at the park, ducks.
But to Aiden, they bark not quack.
Aiden got lots of compliments on his hair cut.
Kudos to Daddie on this one.
Daddie deserves an applause, and if we told Aiden to clap his hands he would know what to do.
Books sure does wonders.
As little as his attention stays on books, he still picks up quite a lot.
There’s a set of books that I read to him with some rhythm, quite close to singing.
He started to move along to the beat. It was so cute. And he might be cute playing in his crib before bedtime, but I much rather he goes straight to bed.
Aiden seems to love to go through all sorts of obstacles, including humans.
And for some reason he likes to ask for help when things roll under the table, etc.
So much that he will roll the ball back under the table, so you can get it for him again. It’s the rebel in him I guess. Many times we instruct him to do things, he will do it; but on his own time and own way like when Daddie says “Give me the bottle” Aiden will bring it to Mommie instead.
But he’s such a big boy now, not crying and wiggling when we lay him on the weighing station.
19.5 pounds! Mommie was right on the dot!
30 inches long, and 47.5 for head circumference. He’s still right around the 10% mark for weight and height.
After Mommie saw a family bring books out for the kids during lunch, Mommie decided it’s time we bring books out with us.
Aiden sat still for Dr. Wong. Dr. Wong praised him for not touching the stethoscope when he was told not to.
Oh but Aiden pulled a fast one on Dr. Wong, right when he turned around he made a quick tap!
Aiden wanted to roam the office, we had to try to entertain him.
We also visited Mommie’s work and he was surrounded by 7 of my co-workers. He got scared.
I had never seen him with that type of scared look.
But he still managed to blow kisses! He knows 飛吻=錫=kiss kiss.
So glad when Dr. Wong said he should start learning body parts because Aiden’s got quite a few down. This week’s new thing is “牙仔.”
Two shots today. Aiden didn’t like being held down and it did hurt, but he recovered fast.
We also went to take family portraits. Aiden threw a tantrum and it was my first time truly disciplining him outside.
Success! After a few outcries and wanting to leave his time out spot, Aiden knew what he did was wrong, he stayed in one place, stopped crying, and waited for me to release him.
Afterwards he didn’t throw anymore tantrums!
That is even more impressive than the few other things he learned.
And because Mommie is crazy about remembering these little things I must list them: knowing “hands up!”, “筆筆”, “寫字”