Tippy Tales

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

You'd think that, being such a well evolved species, that our babies would be a bit more self-reliant.  A horse that's  fresh out of the chute can stand up and walk around and do all sorts of impressive things.  When a baby is fresh out of the chute, well, it can't do much of anything really.

If you sit Poppy on a flat, even surface with her legs placed neatly in front of her, she'll just tip right over.  Every time...she tips over.  She's nearly 5 months old, and I'm happy to report that this persistent lack of coordination doesn't seem to bother her.  Her facial expression conveys something like:

'I'm really doing all I can here.  Let's try this again later.'


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