Learning by wobbles and tots

Last week Naomi was taking her first tentative steps, but this week there’s no stopping her.

Whoever thought a baby would take so much pleasure from sucking on ice?  Naomi spent a long time in blissful concentration on this remnant of an ice sculpture in Cathedral Square.  Cold, wet ice.  Warm, gentle sun.

Whoever thought a baby would take so much pleasure from sucking on ice? Naomi spent a long time in blissful concentration on this remnant of an ice sculpture in Cathedral Square. Cold, wet ice. Warm, gentle sun.  Perfect.

"More!  More!"  Her hands come together as soon as the treat dissolves on her tongue.  Naomi's got that bit of sign language down, courtesy of ice-cream practice!

“More! More!” Her hands come together as soon as the treat dissolves on her tongue. Naomi’s got that bit of sign language down, courtesy of ice-cream practice!

 

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