Exciting Day for me this week. Tuesday afternoon around 4:50pm I’m busting hump trying to write a long email back to a potential employer / me seeking to next level it for an interview with them. Typing typing and typing some more. Alyssa is yapping and screaming, alternating with the occasional whine/cry that lasts just long enough until I turn around to which I get a smile.

Then it all goes quiet. I finish typing my line and look over to my left. Alyssa is holding onto the piano that’s in our home office and belts out DA DA. I feeling of awesomeness overcame me and I replied “YES! I’m DA DA” .. She’s been running around the house the past 24 hours saying DA DA to anyone who will listen.

MA MA was her first words, and she said it while hanging out with my wife with was totally bitchin’. Then BA BA for her milk bottle. Third was UH OH whenever she falls on her butt, drops something, etc. Her timing with UH OH is impeccable. Those three phrases she says in a pretty normal baby voice.

DA DA she says in the highest possible pitched voice her little body can muster. Today I goated her into saying it on the cell camera and here is a little 3-5 second video of it for posterity!

Finally.. Alyssa called me DA DAhttp://stevelichtman.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/steveonline7ico.pnghttp://stevelichtman.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/steveonline7ico-300x300.png Steve Lichtman Kid Stuff,,,,,,
Exciting Day for me this week. Tuesday afternoon around 4:50pm I'm busting hump trying to write a long email back to a potential employer / me seeking to next level it for an interview with them. Typing typing and typing some more. Alyssa is yapping and screaming, alternating with...
Exciting Day for me this week. Tuesday afternoon around 4:50pm I'm busting hump trying to write a long email back to a potential employer / me seeking to next level it for an interview with them. Typing typing and typing some more. Alyssa is yapping and screaming, alternating with the occasional whine/cry that lasts just long enough until I turn around to which I get a smile. Then it all goes quiet. I finish typing my line and look over to my left. Alyssa is holding onto the piano that's in our home office and belts out DA DA. I feeling of awesomeness overcame me and I replied "YES! I'm DA DA" .. She's been running around the house the past 24 hours saying DA DA to anyone who will listen. MA MA was her first words, and she said it while hanging out with my wife with was totally bitchin'. Then BA BA for her milk bottle. Third was UH OH whenever she falls on her butt, drops something, etc. Her timing with UH OH is impeccable. Those three phrases she says in a pretty normal baby voice. DA DA she says in the highest possible pitched voice her little body can muster. Today I goated her into saying it on the cell camera and here is a little 3-5 second video of it for posterity! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anhr3o65IfE