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What My Baby Looks Like At 11 Weeks

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Let's Look! (Baby Einstein First Look and Find)
Let's Look! (Baby Einstein First Look and Find)
First Look and Find: Baby Einstein Let's Look! encourages children to explore shapes, colors, and concepts in colorful Baby Einstein scenes. Perfect for babies and toddlers, this book features look-and-find scenes and other learning activities, with no reading required.

In each scene, children search for everyday items like animals, shapes, toys, and more. Additional activities focus on the development of a variety of skills, including identifying colors, shape recognition, and learning letters of the alphabet. The bright colors and simple search and match activities will pique their imaginations. With simple, fun poems and illustrations, each scene suggests several items for a child to find. They can:
Spot birds singing in a meadow.
Find instruments in a fun-filled parade.
Discover shapes hidden on a beach.
Locate animals on a farm.
Find fruit at a picnic.
Search for toys in the bathtub.
Look for stars and planets at bedtime.

This look-and-find Baby Einstein book will keep babies and toddlers interest as they:
Search, point, and match.
Make comparisons.
Discover concepts such as size, shapes, and colors.
Follow simple directions.
Read a book alone.

This durable book has a heavy, cushioned cover and sturdy, coated board pages that wipe clean for repeated use and stand up to rough handling. First Look and Find: Baby Einstein Let's Look! conforms to the Specifications for Toy Safety of ASTM F963-07.

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A bit of escapism never hurt anyone.
A bit of escapism never hurt anyone.
2010 went out with a motherfucking BANG to my wallet and my psyche. My baby, Wallace, who is just shy of his 4th birthday, had a medical emergency. $1800 later, he's still peeing blood. I do not wish the medical bills or the hard work of canine bladder stones on anyone. Because of course, my dog didn't have the ones that can dissolve with a special diet and lots of water (struvite), my dog has the nasty calcium oxate type, which will potentially return even with a prescription diet. If he were 15, I'd have taxidermied the little dude or something, but he's my baby, and he's too young and healthy otherwise. So, I put myself in debt (deeper) to pay for his surgery. And I know, looking at his little face looking up at me as I type, I don't regret it one bit. In fact, today I received a $500 donation towards his medical care. So just like past traumas, I'll get through this, too. 2010 was an AMAZING year, I had so much fun, did so many amazing things, saw so many incredible places, traveled with friends, the list of "things I did" would make most people think A) how do you have the time and B) I want your life. Truth is, it's still not enough and I cannot wait to see what trouble I can cause in 2011. But the last week of 2010 came to a crashing, burning, terrible halt for me and several close friends. Jobs were lost. My office was flooded. Parents are losing their marbles. A business acquaintance of mine committed suicide just before Christmas, leaving behind a three year old and a one year old child and a 28 year old wife. It was not a good time for me and many others. Maybe it's just the holidays...whatever it was, I wish the last two weeks of 2010 hadn't happened. So today, after dealing with a blood-peeing pug, insurance adjusters, and other nightmares, I ran away for a couple of hours with Ara. And I'm so very, very glad we did. It was the end of the day, light was fading quickly, but we made three worthwhile stops and for just an hour or two, life didn't suck quite as much. Then I came home and Wallace peed blood at my feet on the carpet. Escape over. Business trip to Florida, Wednesday-Friday, canceled. But dammit, I got a photo, and it rocks. SO FUCKING THERE! ***UPDATE 1/5/11*** Tonight Wallace had to have another surgery, this one more invasive. It started out as a simple procedure...only that wasn't going to work. So Wallace underwent a second surgery and has essentially been turned into a functioning female. He still has his boy bits, but he was given a new...uhm... port (?) from which he will now urinate. Eventually he will learn to control his bladder again, but for now he is in diapers and has what can only be described as a gaping wound in his groin. I know Iwouldn't want to pee through a wound, but it had to be done. Hopefully, hopefully this is it for the disaster. My vet is my HERO. And an old friend sent me $100 via PayPal to help with medical expenses, with the "caveat" that when I'm back on my feet I pay it forward and give $100 to a charity of my choice. Done, old friend. People are amazing.
My Saturday #11... In honor of this week's "American Idol".
My Saturday #11... In honor of this week's "American Idol".
2:06 pm... Barry Gibb will be working with the contestents on "American Idol" this week. With the ones who are left, this should be a good combo. He's a little more versatile then most. I still have to pick Melinda as my favorite. I also enjoy LaKisha... PLEASE DO NOT DO "It's Raining Men". If I have to hear one more big black woman sing that song one more time... or anyone for that matter. "over it already". I still cannot believe Blake was in the bottom two last week... he was way too good for that. Must have been the dark hair. As good as I think he is. I cannot stand to watch him sing. That thing he does with his mouth, it reminds me of a bad drag queen struggling with her words... kinda like, just mouth it baby, doesn't matter if you look like you have no pronunciation... "oh that drives me nuts. like a hand puppet"!!...lips going "clap" If they want to give Jordin the "miss congeniality" award. Fine, but she needs to go... now what her kick ass this week and make me eat my words. Phil?... whatever... I'd rather watch Sanjaya's hair.

what my baby looks like at 11 weeks
what my baby looks like at 11 weeks
Look at You!: A Baby Body Book
Isn't it amazing what a body can do? An exuberant book for the littlest listeners.

Wiggle, tickle, sneeze . . . and giggle! From learning to crawl to clapping their hands, babies are always doing something new. Kathy Henderson's lively poems, filled with action and sound words, are guaranteed to grab young children's attention. And Paul Howard's adorable, large-scale illustrations aptly capture babies' and toddlers' delight at exploring their own abilities and the world around them. Wow, what a body can do!

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