Posted 1st February, 2008 in
Uncle Kyle must've seen that I had little to no blogging material this week, so he tagged me in a blogging game:
Pick up the nearest book of 123 pages or more. (No cheating!)
Find Page 123.
Find the first 5 sentences.
Post the next 3 sentences.
Tag 5 people.
It wasn't really cheating, but I do have an entire bookshelf-worth of books sitting in my office (still in cardboard boxes). I picked one of the 10 or so that are sitting on top of all the boxes. It's a book my Aunt Susan gave me called "Games to Play with Babies" by Jackie Silberg.
Then put the napkin on the baby's head, pull it off and say "Peek-a-boo". Put the napkin on the baby's head and see if she will pull it off herself. Keep pulling it off until she learns to do it herself.
My friends, consider yourself tagged:
3 comments so far:
Finally had a moment to play tag. :) My closest book was my psych textbook for this quarter. And the three sentences from page 123 (drumroll, please)...
"In each of these groups, however, half the participants then watched a videotape of Hannah taking an achievement test. Her performance on the tape seemed average. She correctly answered some difficult questions but missed others that were relatively easy."
I seriously just packed up every book in the house today. Ha ha take that sly tagger! Now, what am I going to read for the next five months?
Thanks a lot Andrea!!!!
My closest book was my OB-GYN text and page 123 happens to be on androgenous sex characteristics & hemaphroditism and why to be careful changing the sex of a person after infancy- I thought I'd spare you. My next closest book is "What to Expect during the first year"
" Catch on to the clues, and you can often avoid the tears. 'I'm in pain.' This cry begins suddenly (usually in response to a stimulus- for instance, the jab of a needle at shot time) and is loud (as in ear-piercing), panicked, and long (with each wail lasting as long as a few seconds), leaving the baby breathless."
Man that was a lot of parenthesis!
I don't think that I have 5 people that read my blog on a continual basis, so I am going to stop here :-)
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