Someone else, small and adorable, tried her best to get hit in the head with the poi as she attempted to grab them from me.
She then spent the next 10 minutes or so "spinning" them, which consisted of them bouncing around on the floor. I cheered her on, of course. Some day she'll be able to make them go round and round.
That'll be the day I start wearing a cup every waking moment.
The other day she got to as loud as her little voice would take her and she ended the game with "I LOVE MOMMY!"
I guess mommy wins?
I still don't feel comfortable bringing her out with it but in here? In here she rides it around like a queen.
Which is to say that she rides right over our feet and expects us to apologize for the bumps in her path.
It's not rare that I watch her grab a book and wander over to the chair, pulling herself up into it and getting comfy (which often includes throwing every pillow onto the floor but so be it). She'll settle down with the book for upward of fifteen minutes sometimes!
If that doesn't sound like a long time, you do not have a toddler.
I knew I needed a picture.
She actually seemed to enjoy looking through the paper and not just the crinkling sound. Smart little daughter of mine.
Now stop growing. Thanks.