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the eric update - day 418: the endlessly entertaining shower door mirror.

on the off chance that you were wondering, odin still enjoys crawling up the stairs to play in front of the shower door mirror.

and every so often he likes to bring one of his toys that are actually toys along with him ( yes, while he likes to play with dolls, i think he might like his matchbox cars even better ).

i'm fairly certain that he knows the baby in the mirror is, in fact, a reflection of himself but i guess i'll never know for sure, since when i snapped this picture he seemed intent on trying to give his reflection the toy car, so maybe things aren't as clearly defined as i'd like to think.

as i snap a few pictures wondering if can yet distinguish between himself and his reflection, he sees the flash and looks right at me and i wonder he might be thinking as he tries to process the sensory input that tells him that i'm simultaneously in front and behind him.

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8/26/2005 11:11:00 PM 0 comments


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