A lefty, huh? Clover is for sure left-handed. She has always held her utensils, crayons, scissors, etc. with her left hand. She even bats lefty!
I hadn't even noticed! I'll have to pay more attention in the future. I can't remember when it settles down to one side or the other.
Well, some kids don't decide until they're 5, but most will show a preference much sooner than that.
You are brave! With 3, I'm just not ready to try and let them eat the "mushy" stuff on their own. Can you imagine the mess? I'm sure I would be cleaning it off the walls. It's enough to keep it with the house as it is right now!Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I love new visitors. You are so right about the diapers, we actually thought about trying reusable diapers, but that idea was nixed pretty quickly!BTW, that worm is crazy! We live in the county and have a pretty big garden. I'm glad I haven't crossed on of those yet - just lizards, snacks, and armadillos. They all freak me out! :)
Yeah, I think with triplets I would have just stuck with sippy cups and prepurchased tiny tiny cubes of food. (Can you buy that?) I admit it was easer with my first because we had a dog that ate everyhing that fell.Um, armadillos? I'm so glad we don't have those! My husband says we have snakes, but I haven't seen one yet.
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