Posts Tagged ‘mini me’
Indigo is a funny girl. She’s always up to something that makes me laugh. So often, she is doing something so cute that I want to capture it for posterity. These past few weeks have not disappointed.
- We were visiting a friend, and there was someone else there with her two-year-old daughter. Indy followed her around for a while and proceeded to try and sit in her lap when she was sitting cross-legged on the floor. Imagine that poor little girl’s surprise. She kept trying to scoot over to give Indy room, but she kept readjusting her aim so that she can get her lap.
- When the above didn’t work out, she decided the next best thing was to sit in that little girl’s mother’s lap. She just plopped herself in there with out thinking twice about it. Indy = not shy at all.
- Indy loves books and spends a good portion of each day bringing us books to read to her. Sometimes, she’ll have one of us read a couple of pages, and then take the book to the other to read. Tag team story time!
- Indigo also thinks the dogs are smarter than they are. She brought our big guy Logan a book, so that he could read it to her. He, of course, picked his head up from his nap and proceeded to look at her like she was nuts.
- Last night during naked time before her bath, she was walking around her bedroom with her stuffed Pooh and a bunny. She kept setting them up next to each other in different parts of the room and I couldn’t figure out why. Finally, she got them to a place she was happy with and tried to sit in their laps. She was getting aggravated because they kept sliding away from her on the hardwood floor. Finally, she sat them in her boppy and plopped on top of them. Success!
As soon as I grab the camera, the moment is often broken. She gets distracted and often would rather have the camera than whatever else she was doing. Sometimes I can catch her quirky behavior, though.
Like the time the other week where she crammed herself into one of those Ikea drawer organizers and loaded it up with her toys on top of herself:
But she already kind of had a thing for cardboard boxes, so this didn’t come as a shock:
Or the time a few months ago when she learned about all the fun possibilities of her boppy:
My kid’s a little quirky (just like her momma), and I wouldn’t have it any other way!