Tuesday, October 27, 2009

A weekend as seen through the eyes of a 17 month old.....

Hi guys! My name is Aviv. I have an Ima who is obsessed with photographing me. It takes all my strength not to *ROLLEYES* at her constantly.

Most of my family lives overseas, so I like to babble with them through the computer, where I can see them and they can see me:

I've been having some pretty annoying rash issues, so Ima allows me to run around half naked, even if it means the occasional pee or poop on the floor. She says its worth it for seeing my little doughnut tush. Isn't she WEIRD?

Whenever I can, I get around on my hot new wheels. I sometimes get stuck and can't push it on a carpet or something, in which case I yell "MA ! MA! MA! MA! MA!" until Ima comes around and helps out. MA means Ima, in case you didn't know that.

Saturday evening auntie Danielle came by for a sleepover, and she helped us bake pumpkin cookies with glaze, and whole wheat pizza with mozzarella, onions, tomatoes and mushrooms. I most willingly helped out, and even stole a couple of tomatoes and ate them whole! What a mess that was, with tomato juice squirting all over the place. hahahahahha.....

I ate the pizza, topping first (as auntie Kasia knows!) and loved every bite of it:

But what I was REALLY waiting for was the pumpkin cookies, all glistening and fragrant.

I approve the glaze!

Thankfully Ima focused the camera on someone ELSE for a moment. Let me introduce, auntie Danielle!

I thought I should experiment in making the cookie into a donought

SUGAR HIGH!!!!!!!!!

Then Aba took me upstairs for a bath since I was covered in tomato juice, pizza toppings and glaze. I drifted off to sleep hearing wine glass clinking on a table and Ima, Aba and auntie D watching a movie.

The next morning I was so happy to see auntie Danielle was still here. Aba went to work (I hate it when Aba works on the weekend...) but Ima got to take a shower while I played with Danielle. Then we packed up my stroller and walked all the way downtown for some Starbucks.

The Starbucks lady was really nice and gave me MY OWN water cup!!! I loved walking around with it, drinking from it, and playing with the straw.

Here I am demonstrating my amazing concentration capabilities:

I'm telling you, putting that straw back in is NOT as easy as it looks! But I did succeed. Eventually.

When I started running around the store with my cup of water and fell over a bunch of times, Ima was a party pooper and said its time to go. She picked me and the fallen water cup up:

I was non too happy.

I got over it quickly when Ima let me run around outside

By the way, I told Ima to get me another coat, because I'm pretty sure all of my LJ aunties are tired of seeing this pink coat, cute as it may be

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