I have a walker and I like to go all over the house. Daddy lets me walk on the sidewalk sometimes, and sometimes I run over his toes because he has big feet. Mama says that she is only going to walk next to me or behind me, because her feet are big enough without being flat-ted. I go around the house to look at my stuff. I see my high chair and the fishies. This is my blankie. I have lots of blankies, but I only have one bear.
Here is a door. Doors are nice because they have stuff on both sides. You can open a door and close it. When they're open, you can walk through, but don't touch the walking sticks on the other side. They will fall on you if you pull them.
Playing is hard work, so I get a bath when I'm done. Mama sings me a song and I play with my duckie. I have a frog and a boat, too. Mama says bathwater is yucky to drink.
After my bath, Daddy plays with me. He makes a tower out of empty water bottles so I can knock it down. Daddy says I am very good at it. While we play, Mama writes in my book. I went to the doctor and she looked in my ears and put a round thing on my chest. Then she put me on some crackly paper and said that I am twenty-nine and a half inches long. Then she put me in a big bowl and said that I weigh twenty-two pounds and eleven ounces.
Mama says I can have dinner now, so I am going to stop writing. Daddy says he is going to have chili pie. I am going to have sweet potatoes and pears. Mama says if I eat it all I can have some banana and a cookie.
Have a nice day. Mama will be back later.