Tot Time Tuesday: Jan 20-26

27 Jan

Here are some of the highlights from BabyGirl’s week:

~BabyGirl is 26 months old.~

On Tuesday the 20th, of course, BabyGirl watched the inauguration with us.  She enjoyed the snippets of music but was very put out that the introductions being given at the swearing-in ceremony were for presidents, not presents.  She really wanted some presents!

She had a great time playing with the scraps of paper left over from cutting out JediBoy’s lapbook, and drawing with colored pencils too.

BabyGirl enjoyed building with blocks this week, especially making towers on my outstretched hand.


We talked about colors, shapes and sizes.

BabyGirl also spent lots of time this week playing with the train table – great for talking about names, colors, numbers, order (first, second, last), in/out, up/down, and so on, plus making fun sound effects too.


We had a special nursery rhyme reading time on Wednesday afternoon, and she loved hearing them read aloud – both by me and by JediBoy.


She spent lots of time with her mini clothesline, trying to remember which end of a clothespin to pinch!

We played with her rainbow bags and her rainbow arches, talking about colors and shapes.

She tagged along, of course, to karate classes and soccer.  She had a good time watching all the big kids!

On Monday the 26th we celebrated Chinese New Year. BabyGirl learned what an OX is and that they’re usually brown… she colored oxen and painted one and listened to lots of great books about China and Chinese New Year.


We’ve had a great week! To see more families enjoying tot time, head over to 1+1+1=1.

2 Responses to “Tot Time Tuesday: Jan 20-26”

  1. Heather January 27, 2009 at 1:57 pm #

    She looks so adorable eating those noodles. I love the picture of her at the train table. It looks like she is saying choo choo.

  2. Lori July 29, 2012 at 9:54 pm #

    Hi there. I found your blog from the 1+1+1=1 blog. I would so love to see the pictures from this post, but they aren’t displaying anymore. Would it be possible for you to repost them?

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