Jonah's newest pinwheel (from Kathryn).
... and attempting to unravel and eat the strings from his bandaging.
"I didn't think so."
Post - haircut. Sorry there are no "during" pictures. Have you ever tried to cut a 15 month old's hair? NOT easy.
I think I cut it too short in the back, but it was really hard because he wouldn't exactly tilt his head forward and cooperate.
I cut a little more today, just sprigs I had missed here and there. I will probably be doing that for days to come.
All done. The hair cutee (cutie?) and the hair cutter. He was a good boy and really did great! SO much better than when the girl who cuts my hair came over (not the result, but the process). I'm certainly no good at cutting hair (just ask Matt about the time I cut his bangs in college... I'm pretty sure he's scarred for life), but I knew he'd freak out with anybody else.
I think it's a little too short, but looks so much better. It definitely looks better in the back... much thicker than it did before. It grows thin there because of scarring from blisters last summer. The short do makes it look fuller, I think.
And I also just want to say...
"Yesterday's haircut was brought to you by Curious Buddies, apparently THE most hilarious group of puppets known to
On a different note, I'm pretty sure Jonah is trying to say "pop" when we play with bubbles, "uh" for "uh-oh," and moo along with the cows on Curious Buddies. I couldn't say for sure, but tonight we said, "Jonah, say 'daddy'," and he went "da-da." I still don't think he knows what any of it means, but he's trying to imitate for sure. That's the first step, right? HOORAY!