Say-what-You-See and Can Do in the Snow

Say-what-You-See in the Photo Snow does not look like spring but putting on your red winter coat and boots and going for a run in the cold, white snow is a lot of fun if you are only one year old. If your daddy takes a stick to write your name in the snow, he can sound out the letters in the snow. T E R R A are the letters of your name. If you fall down in the snow, the snow will feel cold and wet. Maybe you will have so much fun in the soft spring snow, you will hope for one more snow before the warmth of spring comes. Moms can show and talk about photos to a one year old. Naming what a child was doing in the photo is a fun way to repeat the vocabulary and it teaches her the difference

Mama-Says-What-Mama-Thinks She-Sees

The Birthday Boy is Thinking about Doing You are staring at those candles on fire. Birthdays are exciting and candlelight is special. Do you know how to blow out a candle’s light? It is NOT like blowing your nose when you are sick. To blow out candles, you suck a lot of air in through your nose. Then you aim at the fire on top of each candle and blow the air out of your mouth. Did you blow the fire all out? No? Then blow out of your mouth again. “Blow” is an action word. It is not possible to see the word “blow” unless someone blows. There is more than one way to blow. Mama is giving directions about how to blow out a candle, because her son blew through his nose all over his birthday cake.

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