for the grandparents: peek-a-boo edish

09 May 2012



As you can see and hear, her verbal skills are quite advanced. "Peek-a-boo" clear as day.

Also, if you have impressionable sons -- you may choose to not let them watch the clip. Julia is in her napping outfit which is somewhat immodest (although her shoulders are fully covered).

To see Sebastian's version of peek-a-boo ... click here.



(and as an important FYI -- those gorgeous flower hanger things on the door came with the house -- my taste isn't quite as sophisticated)

13 comments:

  1. ha! so glad you shared both. these are great!

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  2. Lol! Too cute! "Peek-a-da"!!!

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  3. no effing way! a smile...a momentous occasion.

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  4. Um, that's adorable...I love how she doesn't even try to hide, just turns around.

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  5. Hooold the phone. That right there is a smiling, happy Julia. I don't even know what to do with myself.

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  6. As the possible future mother-in-law to Julia, I fully approve of her edgy outfit, her perfect blending of charismatic and aloof, AND her syntax.
    Now remove this video so none of the boys in the three-and-under set get their hearts set on her.
    Donaldson boy to be decided at a future date already has dibs.

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  7. We thinks it's hilarious that she doesn't really hide! I can't wait to squeeze her!

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  8. My 20 month old started interacting with the video saying, "Bye bye!" to Julia.

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  9. Cute!

    lol! I just love those darling flower hooks, lucky you!

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  10. peek-a-dah! love it! she's saving time really. instead of peek-a-boo and ta-da, it's peek-a-dah! I admire her time saving skills.

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