Do you have your tickets...to the GUN SHOW? I learned that joke from Daddy Dude. Mommy Chick used to fall for it all the time and get all excited thinking that NSync was planning a reunion tour. I've got a million more, so stick around.
MC was trying to snap a pic of my new tooth. But it is shy, so I cover it with my tongue every time she tries to see it. I'm going to use a Crest White Strip on it before I release photographs.
I'm planning to grow some more teeth, so MC needs to get her act together with cool stuff for me to chew. See that washcloth? I like to chew it after it's been in the freezer.
But I think this looks even more fun! It's Sophie the Giraffe and I want to bite her face off!
Here's what Sophie's manufacturer says about her:
Sight: The dark and contrasting spots all over Sophie the Giraffe's body provide visual stimulation and make her easily recognizable to baby. She soon becomes a familiar and reassuring objet. Hearing: Her squeaker keeps baby amused, stimulates his hearings, and helps him to understand the link between cause and effect. Taste: Sophie the Giraffe is very flexible and has lots of parts for baby to chew like ears, horns, legs. She is perfect for soothing baby's sore gums when teething and is completely safe. Made of 100% natural rubber and food paint. Touch: Sophie the Giraffe is perfect for baby's small hands. She is very light and her long legs and neck are easy for baby to grip. She is very soft to touch, just like baby's mummy, stimulating soothing physiological and emotional responses. Smell: The singular scent of natural rubber from Have tree makes Sophie the Giraffe very special and easy for your child to identify amid all his other toys. Phthalates and BPA free.
Did you see that it says "stimulates his hearings to help him understand cause and effect"? Cause: You didn't hire a copy editor. Effect: I am laughing at you and your "hearings."
Anyway, Sophie comes highly recommended from my little baby friend, Genevieve. She is very sophisticated and lives in NYC, so I'm thinking that Sophie must be the "it" teether.
I'll let you know how it works for my next Tooth Growing Event.