Josie with Alex, her playmate. He is five months older, and tends to whack her on the head
every once in a while, but for the most part they get along great. She sees him anywhere from 3-5 times a week, between childcare-swapping during the week and church events. He is into everything, a lot of fun, high-energy... usually you see Josie toddling behind him to serve as accomplice... or to watch him with that look of "what are you doing?" on her face.
Josie with a book, of course. The other day she took a book with her out on a walk and tried to read it while walking (gee, who is that like, Mom?) Latest favorite: Goodnight, Moon. We had to read that last night and this morning several times over.
She went to her Waldorf-inspired playschool Monday. They made bread, and now she looks at our oven and points and grunts. (As if we'll make bread, heh.)
New words: "Eyes" while pointing at dolly's eyes; "ball," "hat," "bear," "cat," "moon." I think she's saying more than this, it just all comes out sounding like "dat," "moo," "dis." And there's many more things she recognizes but doesn't say; she can pick out a pig, for instance. She'll make a great farmer. Seriously, what is with all these baby books about farm animals?