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the eric update - day 202: mirror, mirror.

each day, little odin becomes increasingly fascinated with looking at himself in mirrors. i guess i can't blame him, since he's quite the "looker".

there's a mirror on the underside of the toy hanging on his gym and he's spent quite some time today taking a gander at himself, while playing with this hands. at one point, it looked like he was attempting to position the mirror so that he could get an even better look at himself!

i can't tell if he's doing the "i'm-concentrating-tongue-thing" or if he's imitating the baby he sees in the mirror sticking who is sticking his tongue out.

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1/22/2005 09:46:00 PM 0 comments


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