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4 Months

M(om): Joash, you are four month old today. Would you mind sitting down with me and answering a few questions?

J(oash): Sure Mom. Not a problem.

M: Well, what do you like best about being four months?

J: I like that I have lots of strength in my muscles. I can hold my head up with out a problem and I can support my own weight on my feet as well.


M: I see. Anything else new right now?

J: Well, I just got an ExerSaucer, so I have been enjoying exploring the new toys. I like because I can also look around and see everything that is around me. I really like watching people, especially you, Mom, when you are in the kitchen and you and Dad when you are eating






M: Nice. How is your wardrobe these days?

J: Well, I seem to fit right into typical sizing for clothes. My new accessory is my bib, since I was getting sick of having wet clothes all of the time from my drool.

M: What are your favorite things to do all day?

J: Well, I like singing with Mom and reading books. My gym is still pretty cool too, but I am excited about my new ExerSaucer.



M: What do you like about your gym?

J: I like feeling the different toys and pulling them into my mouth. Everything has a different texture and that is fun to feel.

M: How about the sleeping thing?

J: Well, I like to keep Mom and Dad guessing. Some days I take really good naps. Other days I don't. Some nights I sleep from 10pm-7am without making a sound and then the next night I am up twice. Variety is the spice of life.

M: Well, thanks for talking to me Joash. I will let you get back to your play.

J: Thanks Mom. I enjoyed talking with you again.

Comments

Very cute. I can't wait for future interviews. Maybe that can be HIS weekly thing. ;)

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