Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Them "parenting books" say that at age 13 months the child should be able to say two words which mean something (nope), walk (also nope), sleep through the night (sometimes also nope), and maybe stack two blocks on top of each other (yay!). By the way, stacking three blocks is an advanced skill not to be mastered until 15 months.

These are the fancy blocks. With the regular blocks, he can stack five before the whole thing explodes. Well, good, we are at least meeting and exceeding some of their arbitrary criteria.

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