The animal noises are the easiest to distinguish from each other. For a horse, he clicks his tongue like hooves; for a lion or tiger, he roars; for a pig, he grunts (my favorite). We are working on cow. I've got to get some video.
Speaking of which, here are two older ones. This will surely motivate me to get more recent footage during this life stage of rapid growth and change. More on Tor in the next post--suffice it to say he's hanging tough.
December 2014: just learned to play a kazoo (excuse our messy room)
January 2015: just learned to blow his own nose (again, excuse our messy room)
|Terrible quality, but captures him off with a book as usual|
|Books: even better with a buddy!|
|Col tries the web, undaunted by the playground specter|
who frightened all the other children off this particular structure
|Coffee/bun break while shopping for gardening supplies (or, "The Specter Unmasked")|
|Captured in mid-claw|
|"What're you looking at, horse?"|
|Right before attempting to fling himself from the moving|
merry-go-round--no match for maternal reflexes
|Not kid-related, but we had a partial solar eclipse and Lars's work set up a whole thing to watch it!|