Aiden hasn’t seen Grandmama and Grandpapa in a while.
So of course he had lots to show off this time.
He was such a good boy and even let Grandma hold him.
It was the first time he did not cry or fuss when she held him.
Daddie made Aiden 愛心salmon balls.
He sure did enjoy it.
He still loves going under the table even though he has to duck his head down.
And now he is starting to open drawers.
He has jammed his fingers when closing the cabinet door, but nothing serious.
So he’s learned to close the door and watch out.
One time he dropped the pan, luckily it did not hit his feet.
It definitely didn’t stop him from continuing his exploration.
What did stop him was Mommie.
Sometimes he can be so happy, and sometimes he acts so cool.
There he goes again. Getting on, on the wrong side.
This week he learned to say “多”. He is trying to say more but he can’t say things with more than one sound.
So now he’s even more adventurous.
Climbing inside the cabinets.
But for some reason when he sees Mommie snapping shots, he would go back down.
He mostly likes to play with the small pot because it’s easy to carry.
He’s been told which cabinet is the “stay out” drawer, which makes him want to open it even more.
I wonder if he thinks he can see what’s in the middle cabinet by looking from this cabinet.
Daddie even joked about us closing the door on Aiden.
Of course we would never do that! Don’t want to traumatize our little AIden.
Valentine’s Day Dinner.
Did Aiden get any part of it?
Yes, I did give him a little bit of cauliflower!
And look at that his vest (that Grandpa and Grandma bought him in HK) fit the date perfectly.
Happy Valentine’s Day in the Ma Family is now a 3人 party.
Aiden wants Mommie to read him a book.
But usually a few pages, and he is up and about again.
This time his aim is for the big pot. So far the pot has held its ground.