At least I can take credit for what I’ve been saying all along; I suck at keeping a blog. It’s not that I don’t have the time to be online—in this age of technology I am online 24/7—or don’t want to write, it’s probably because I don’t feel like formulating words into coherent sentences. When least expected, short but effective lines pop into my mind, like micro stories, but there’s always something going on at that time and I can’t jot them down. The best time for me to make up killer quotes is just before drifting off to slumberland or just before getting up. I never remember the specifics by the time I can transfer thoughts to screen. The ones I do remember are too controversial and too defining for me to feel comfortable enough to publish, so I keep them for myself for the time being.
Spring is here, so we’ve been going to the park often for hanami and picnics. Here’s proof:
S. loves riding her balancing bike, she named it Lucy. She’s been into The Sound of Music lately and is trying really hard to not use any nappies anymore. When she gets too excited about or involved in things, she does forget and accidents happen. She doesn’t want to miss out on whatever is keeping her attention at the moment.
E. is walking, almost even running already. She chatters and babbles away, tries to repeat words all the time and is very sociable, although she can get shy at the blink of an eye and sook like there’s no tomorrow.
D. can walk but still lacks that last bit of confidence needed to stay on her feet without resorting back to knee-walking. She’s starting to say a few words. We know we really shouldn’t but it’s almost impossible not to compare her with E. and so sometimes we worry a little bit about her. It’s also hard to say which one is the more headstrong child, they both seem to have their moments.
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