Henry got a temporary tattoo at daycare today. Kinda reminiscent of a Mexican Day of the Dead design.
Henry’s resilient and seems to be feeling a lot better. He’s still got a bit of a cough but that hasn’t really slowed him down much. He’s still very active, curious and playful. For example, like most kids his age, he enjoys a good game of peek-a-boo.
Investigating the shoe rack in the closet.
Smiling in the grass at Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City.
Jacqui noticed the Ulysses statue in BPC for the first time and took a nice shot.
Henry’s had a few tentative tastes of other flavors in the past, but he was VERY enthusiastic about the bites of dark chocolate-flavored ice cream he had tonight.
1 (of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind:
his mercurial temperament.
So far Henry seems to have a mostly easygoing disposition, but like any infant, he runs the gamut of emotions as indicated in these pictures taken within about a minute of each other by Jacqui’s coworker, Mallory, when she babysat him the other night.
New York City was spared the brunt of the storm, but we still got about a foot of snow and had to be extra careful not to slip on the sidewalks while we ran errands with Henry.
Lost in thought during lunch
Silly smile in City Hall Park