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Wednesday September 06, 2006
06:33 AM

Running, Copying, Counting, Leaping

[ #30904 ]

My son is growing fast and everything seem to grow bigger on him.

But the funniest watching are his interactions with the surrounding world.

He has begun to run around both indoor and outdoor, when we go to the local playgrounds, I can see that he looks at the older children and then attempt to copy them.

I saw him imitate an older girl who was leaping between some wooden railway sleepers. The funny thing is that he cannot leap, so it looks more like a dance step and he almost falls over and due to intense indoctrination from parents and grandparents etc. he counts like 2, 4, 5 just prior to attempting to leap.

I am sure he will get the hang of leaping shortly, until then I can just watch him and be amused and speculate on what he will do next.

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