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Sliding out of February

Mom and Dad have been helping me on the slide when we visit parks. This weekend they let me slide down by myself (with careful watching for safety). It's so fun. Check out my video below. I can climb the ladder too.

Tonight I impressed the 'rents by selecting the correct key for the car on the keychain and putting it in the ignition. Sure it was hanging out a bit, but that was a lot of work for me!

I continue to make choices for myself. Most days I refuse to get in the highchair. I hate being trapped. I have a booster seat option at home. On Saturday we went to Baba Ganoush for lunch. I refused the highchair and I sat right on the regular chair. So what if I couldn't see well! I was sitting like everyone else!



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