Sunday, 19 November 2006

Guess who I saw today

20061119h Santa

Mummy took me to see a parade today. I saw a whole lot of people walking and driving past and waving. I'm really good at waving - maybe I should have been in the parade too! But I was too busy looking at everyone to wave back today. Actually I don't know who the guy in the red suit is, but Mummy said I would come to love him in the next few years.

Here's a conundrum for you ... Is the following a picture of a Rose amongst the Thorns, or a Thorn amongst the Roses??? Haha!

20061119m Baby amongst the roses

-Love Kat

Saturday, 4 November 2006

Lessons in Life

Lesson # 1

If you annoy the pussycats you will get scratched.
If you continue to annoy the pussycats you will get scratched again.

20061025b Don't annoy the pussycat


Lesson # 2

When you are learning to stand up, not everything is safe to stand against. Sometimes things have wheels and they move when you stand up. And then you fall and hurt yourself.

20061026a Ow-ie



-Kat

Monday, 2 October 2006

Games

I love playing games. My favourite games are:

PEEKABOO. Daddy or Mummy will throw a towel on my head and I can't see anything until I pull it off. It's lots of fun. Sometimes they put it on their head and I get to pull it off to see if they're still there or not. Sometimes I pick the towel up myself too. Another variant of this game is when they hide behind the couch - see below.

CHASING Mummy and Daddy around the house, and finding them when they hide around corners. Mummy or Daddy will crawl down the hallway and I will crawl after them, chasing them, squealing my loudest war-cry. They are still faster than me and they will hide behind the couch or in the bathroom and then jump out at me. It's really fun.

ZERBERTS. I don't think zerberts are funny when people give them to me, but I absolutely LOVE giving zerberts to Mummy. I do them on her tummy and she laughs so much. It is really, really funny. Watch this and you'll see why:



-Kat

Tuesday, 15 August 2006

Watch out world ... Here I come !

Hey guess what everyone ... I have two hands! And two knees!! And two feet!!! And if I get them all moving in the same direction, I can get places!!!!

And I've discovered that there is just soooo much to play with in our house. There's the X-box, and the PC, and loads of DVD's and CD's, and the coffee table, and the heater. And they are all within my reach now!!!

My only complaint is that it takes me ages to get across the room to reach these new toys, and as soon as I get there Mummy comes and takes them away from me. Waaaaa!

But I'm mobile now and I'm on my way. Today the living room ... tomorrow the world.

-Kat

Tuesday, 1 August 2006

Mummy's Little Helper

Someday I'm going to be big enough to help my mummy around the house, just like the little girl in this video does.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ayz8zLbEsVk

Thanks to Aunty Lou for the inspiration.

-Kat

Wednesday, 19 July 2006

What I Like

I LIKE: Mummy and Daddy. Especially Mummy. I can't help but smile whenever either of them walks in the room, and I get really unhappy whenever they leave.

I LIKE: Playing with my best friend Baby-In-The-Mirror. She's always there when I go to see her, and she's always in the same sort of mood I'm in. She follows me wherever I go too - she's always there whenever I see a mirror or a window or even a shiny door knob. I don't know what her real name is ... Baby-In-The-Mirror is her Native American name (you know, kind of like Dances-With-Wolves or Runs-With-Scissors). Apparently my Native American name is Dribbles-Like-A-Waterfall.

I LIKE: Toys, toys, toys. I'm not fussy, any toy will do. Even one that's not meant to be a toy. Such as a remote control. Remote controls make great toys. So does paper. And computer keyboards. I have a toy that when I hit the button it plays music - but when I hit the button on the keyboard I don't hear any music. Sometimes it makes a beep but that's not the same. Sometimes I hear Mummy or Daddy telling me off ... and that's REALLY funny.

I LIKE: Food. I really like bananas and pears. Baby rice is good too. I'm not very keen on potatoes or pumpkin, but I always love to try new foods even if it turns out I don't like them. I can't wait until I'm big enough to use the spoon myself.

I LIKE: Pina colada's and getting caught in the rain. Oops sorry, wrong blog.

Luv ya all. TTFN.

-Kat

Saturday, 17 June 2006

Saturday, 3 June 2006

Online Again...

Hi everyone, Kathleen here, aka Kat, aka Kitty Kat, aka Nooboo, aka Angel Baby/Devil Baby. Finally I've got the hang of this sitting up thing and have been able to access Mummy's computer. I've started this new blog as kind of a view from the cot. My old blog is still accessible, however since I saved the password on my inter-uterine computer I no longer have the ability to update it. So everyone should modify their bookmarks to point to this blog instead.

Well, what can I say? It's been a hard road adjusting to this new life - bright lights, strange sounds, strange sights and even stranger people. And that's just Daddy! Seriously though, I quite like the Mummy and Daddy I've been given. They look after me pretty well and make sure I have plenty to eat and things to play with. They also seem to like it a lot when I sleep, which is a bit annoying. I'd far rather be up playing than stuck in bed sleeping. There's so much to see and do in this world and I don't want to waste all my time in bed.

My favourite things so far are my Kaloo Bear, and my book Snowy Bear and Friends (the plot is a bit weak - I mean whoever heard of a polar bear and penguin being friends! - but it's really good to chew on!).

I love playing with my parents. My favourite games are bouncing up and down on their knees, and trying to bite their noses and fingers. Right now my mouth hurts a lot though. They say it's because I'm getting teeth. I'm not sure what these teeth things are for, just a pain in the gum if you ask me. Although on the other hand I am really looking forward to eating some of the interesting looking foods I see Mummy and Daddy eating all the time.

One thing I really hate is getting dressed, especially putting my arms into sleeves. I get really scared that my hands are going to go into the sleeves and never come out again. I tell you, this world is so strange that you can't take anything for granted.

Well I'd better get going now. Mummy and Daddy think I've been having a nap so it's time to go pretend to wake up.

-Kat