For this week, take what you know out of your comfort zone... And here's the result:
Here comes Mama and she looks so pretty and she’s so happy and she’s gonna give me lots of kisses and hugs, I bet. And the Kitty. There’s the Kitty. Look at the Kitty- so soft and hairy and funny looking and the noises it makes is pretty funny, too. It’s funny when Mama makes the noises like the Kitty, too. Oh Kitty, be nice to the other Kitty. Niiiice. Niiiiiice, Kitty and Kitty. Oh Mama’s lifting me up into the air. Weeee!! I see a cute baby in the mirror. Baby! Baby!! There’s Kitty again. And there’s Mr. Bear, too. And now Mama is kissing me a bunch of times and some more and now I’m laying next to the window and I like kicking the wooden blinds and feeling them on my feet. And toes. Toes. I have toes. Shoes. I like wearing shoes. Shoes. Shoes. And Socks.
Oh Mama!! She’s blowing on my tummy and making loud noises while blowing on my tummy. I have a head and a nose and ears and toes and feet. Shoes go on my feet. I love shoes. Me Me Me shoes and Mama shoes and Dada’s shoes.
Dada. Where’s Dada? Dada? Dada?
“We just gotta get you dressed and then we’re gonna go see Dada,” Mama tells me. She’s so smart. And pretty. Oh Mama. Puppy.
Puppy. Where’s Puppy? Puppy! Puppy. Puppy?!
“We’ll bring your Puppy when we go see Dada, don’t worry,” says Mama. Oh Mama. She looks at me so much and smiles and laughs so much and she talks to me all the time.
And now Mama is carrying me on her hip. Kitty! Kitty Niiiiice Kitty!
Dada!! There’s Dada in bed by the tv. Dada’s so fun and makes loud noises when I watch the Fresh Beat Band… La! La, La La, La La!!
“It’s time to go now,” Mama tells me when they’re done singing on TV. “Say bye bye to Daddy.”
Dada. Die Die Dada.
She picks me up and kisses me and carries me to the door and lets me turn off the light.
“Blow kisses to Daddy!” she says. “We love you!”
Dada is in bed waving Die Die. Die Die Dada.
“Bye Bye,” Dada says, waving. “I love you!!”