I love Ellie from the first time I saw her. She is so so super cute. I have tears after laugh so hard when I finally set done and processed her images. Her funny face just delight my day!
I love to try new food…grass tests pretty healthy!
I think I am an average person in many ways. So when I met Isa the first time, my jaw dropped on the ground and I was shocked for the next few days. Isa is a total gifted baby at age 2. She is so smart that I have such a fun time to be around her and adore her like a grown up. Here is what her mom say about her and some cute images of the intelligent baby.
“When our little Isabella speaks, everyone around her listens. She finds delight in conversation about our country, and other countries as well, memorizing where they are on a globe, as well as in relation to where she is. Plagued with such empathetic torture over the oil spill in the gulf, and especially what it has done to the animals, she maintains that, “it’s just terrible…the ducks with the oil all over them makes them sick mommy, and makes me sad”. When she dances or climbs, people can’t help but watch. She raises the eyebrows of passers by, with her sweet chubby face, infectious laugh, and pretty little smile that embody her little girl ways. But, Isa also perplexes the majority of onlookers as they listen to the on-slaught of complicated terms and abstract ideas she references. She sees, she learns. She hears, she learns. She feels, she learns….. Little “Isa” perplexes the world, (including her parents) when she opens her pouty little toddler lips to recite the ABC’s in 3 different languages or does a near perfect pirouette, calling herself a ballerina. Isabella’s unique. Isabella’s sweet. But while Isa, may be undeniably precocious, she is, first and foremost our goofy, silly, poopy-pants little girl.”