Restarted taking my notes "Bullet Journal" style in my canary-yellow notebook. Reviewed and reread old entries from when Nathan was even smaller and having those mentions on paper is worth the trouble of keeping the habit and the discipline of hand-writing them. Paper-notes still feel more likely to withstand the test of time compared to any digital solution.
#Nathan is starting to use recognizable words. Today he said "water", earlier this week: "bubble". Most of the times he's making up his own words still though. We love hearing his voice.
Had a really nice morning today with #Nathan waking up smiling. He's really into his extensive collection of pacifiers, which I started calling "his treasures". He's curious and smart and we love him with all our hearts!
It's amazing and wonderful to see my son #Nathan at 17 months old can entertain himself by picking up a book and looking at the pictures... at least for 45 seconds. This morning I caught him sitting in his personal little chair for about 36 seconds. That's the longest time I have seen him sitting still, away from the car seat and when he's eating at the table with us. He's always busy and it's fantastic!
Yesterday #Nathan also played with the water-sand play-set outside on the balcony for the first time. He likes wading his hands through the water and started cleaning up the spilled water with my socks. He is very eager to clean. Hoping he'll stay that way for when's he's old enough.
We gave #Nathan a Playmobil Zoo playset gifted to him by Jorgen. He seemed to be intrigued by the stackable monkeys and tried pushing stuff up the slide. He enjoyed using the pitchfork as a baby fork.