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Sunday, November 23, 2008


Does not always equal five. In this case, it equals Tea's age... can you believe she's 4 weeks and 1 day old today!? I can't (for the most part). It's amazing to think she's been around "so long" yet such a short time, after-all!

She's a doll, of course! A couple days ago she was ACTUALLY awake for about 4 hours of the day! And the wakefulness was split into two periods of 2 hours each. She did awaken a few times to eat, but went right back to sleep. It was the most she's been awake at any given time AND the most for a day thus far. She's SUCH a smile bug when she's awake and "together". By that last word I mean that she's actually interacting with us. She's so patient and tolerant. We are SO very lucky!!

We're all right down south. The weather is nippy at around 60. I can hardly believe I actually think that's cold now!! :) I used to laugh that anyone would need a jacket in weather such as that... but I honestly DO!! I'm a native now, I suppose.

I'm going to start "formally" into Math with Ria this week. I'm excited about it and hopeful that she will love it (as I didn't). Kat definitely enjoys numbers. She's been trying to count (without the sort of encouragement Ria enjoyed at Kat's age)! I think that's just the coolest thing because it seems to me to show a great deal of self-motivation AND intelligence. We shall see.

1 comment:

vicki said...

YOU definitely have 3 individuals in those 3 little girls.
Will Kat be included in some of the math lessons? She may be ready or close to ready, with her interest in numbers.
I love you all, mom/mimi

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