Thanks to everyone who submitted questions...I'll get to them when my busy schedule allows it.
Guess what happened today?!?!
Fine, I'll tell you.
Mommy put me in my papasan because she wanted to eat some lunch. I'm being extra fussy today because I feel that she's not giving me enough quality time. So to keep me entertained, she attached the papasan toy tray that has a rattle and some other toys.
First, I made my annoyed grunting sound that I like to make when she leaves me by myself. As I was waving my arms around (for effect - it makes the grunting that more theatric) I hit one of the toys on the tray. AND IT MADE A SOUND WHEN IT HIT THE OTHER TOY! At first, I couldn't figure out what happened, so I waved my arms some more. Then I hit it again and it made a sound again!
So after a couple minutes my incredible detective skills led me to deduce that when my hand hits the toy, it will make it hit another block and make a sound. I tried out this theory several times. It actually kept me busy for a whole 15 minutes before I realized that Mommy should have been done with her meal and should be coming to get me.
That's my amazing news, folks. If you haven't figured it out yet, I'm here to tell you - if you move one plastic object with some force into another one, it will make a *clack* sound.
- Hands are for grabbing hair