learning and getting well again

April 11, 2010 § Leave a comment

april 4th

my first easter egg

the eggs come apart so that you can hide goodies inside of them

mr. T in his first windbreaker

It’s been a busy week for all of us with little Théo catching a virus that left him with a fever.  It was scary to go through that for the first time but I’m so happy to be able to say that his health is improving and that his fever is down.  The good news is that being ill has not slowed him down in the development stage! He just started to shake his head from side to side to indicate the word “no” and Pierre and I had a great time asking him basic questions today.  It’s fun to either hear “yeassshhhh” or to see a good head shaking for “no!”

Another funny thing happened today when Pierre hugged Théo and I in a “sandwich” hug – Théo laughed a bit but then he pushed Pierre away and hugged me tightly as if to say “she’s mine.” He kept doing it over and over again and he even bit me one or two times to bring the message home. All in all his little personality is starting to really come through and it’s so fun to be able to communicate with him in new ways.

Todays pictures were taken both last Sunday, when Théo started to play with our pots and pans, and today.  In today’s pictures you’ll see the paper Easter eggs that are used here in Sweden.  They are filled with candy and/or gifts and I really like them a lot better than the plastic eggs that I’m used to seeing. Love and light, Danielle

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