|Asa's first official function was at the anniversary party of his grandparents: lots of attentive strangers and the opportunity to show off how well he can stand on a chair.|
|He was amazingly well behaved for a little guy in a room full of strangers|
And we managed to have one of the extremely rare pictures taken with all three of us in them:
"Let me recommend this treatise, old sport, for its excellent exposition of the living condition of young sea mammals..."
Graham crackers, that is. Two at a time. Unfortunately my ten year old $19.95 photo-click isn't really up for close-up photography under difficult light conditions...
"...And let me demonstrate to you, Ladies and Gentlemen, the many advantages of this versatile baby-toy..."
One of the perks of mobility is the ability to get to the boxes with
tissue papers, of which every baby-household has at least a half-dozen
in strategically chosen places.|
With the predictable result...
|And if the adults hide the boxes, there's more paper elsewhere...|
And yes, he does sleep. Eventually. Sometimes. Here's the proof:
More stuff about Asa can be found right here.