Daniel has been trying his best to roll over recently. He isn’t quite there, he can do a quarter turn, but it sure has been fun watching him try! Friday night he was just trying over and over, and we managed to grab a video of it:
We’ll be continuing to watch and encourage him. He just has so much personality these days, he’s smiling, laughing, and cooing at us all the time – he just won’t let us capture any of it on the camera. You can’t tell that’s a bibliophile’s house, right? With the library due date card sitting by his head?
In other news, I somehow ended up having a pretty good reading week, even though one of my books took me the majority of the week. Here’s what I finished since my last Sunday Salon:
Her Fearful Symmetry by A udrey Niffenegger (granted, I finished this about an hour after posting last week’s Sunday Salon, so I didn’t really read it this week)
Bundle of Trouble by Diana Orgain
In the Wake of the Boatman by Jonathon Scott Fuqua
Time of My Life by Allison Winn Scotch
This coming week I’ll be working on “The Day the Falls Stood Still” by Cathy Marie Buchanan, followed by “The Devil’s Queen” by Jeanne Kalogridis. We’ll see if I manage to finish those, maybe I’ll throw in a library book too.