The green scoop bib is one of the most used items where mealtimes are concerned. It has now got a crack in the middle, but it's usage has not diminished any.
Kien always knows if it is time to eat when the bib comes out. He will also quite often not let us take the bib off until he is really finished - even when he is dilly-dallying around without any indication of ever wanting another mouthful of food. The exception being when he is at Dad's shop. It is a constant snack fest every time we are there - and the boy likes balls of white rice, fresh from the pot.That's bà ngoại giving him a ball of rice.
Kien has his own toy that my family bought him, and it is kept at the shop. It is an egg carton containing eggs that fit together with different shapes and colours. They also rattle.
He sat and played with ông ngoại for ages yesterday.
Kien is so full of energy, so good thing there is a large space at the shop for him to run around - and he really does zoom around there. Yesterday he fell pretty hard when he ran so fast and tripped over himself. But he was all better in no time after I scooped him up and gave him a big cuddle.
Speaking of cuddles our little boy knows how to ask for them. He actually says "cuddle" with his arms stretched out for you. He also loves his "di-dor" (dinosaur) which Jef had to do surgery on the other day to get rid of the chime since Kien would cry when the tail is accidentally pulled and the music box starts to play.