Tag Archives: babies

Counting to D6

At 19-months, RPGBaby surprised us by counting from 1 to 5, unprompted and correctly. The very next day she made it to 6. She has continued to increase her range, but she always leaves off 7. At first I thought it was because it was a two-syllable word, but now that she can count to […]

Exciting Bachelor Weekend for RPGDad

My wife and baby are out of town, so I have an exciting bachelor weekend planned! A. Relax and drink olive oil (1) B. Read a book (2) C. Mop! (3) Yes, gaming is also planned! I really need to playtest some Noble Armada 😀 (1) This is a great way to treat gall stones. […]

Working on Her A-B-Ls

One of RPGBaby’s favorite words is “work,” and she actually gets upset with her if we don’t let her work when she asks. She currently has a variety of Word docs she is turning into masterpieces of 19-month old toddlerese. She especially impressed me today by not only turning on her computer herself but also […]

A Mini Ding

A number of MMOs  provide minor advances between the main level increments, referred to as “mini dings.” It is fascinating to see mini dings in real life, as RPGBaby makes sudden advances in unexpected ways. She has a number of shape puzzles, where she has to figure out which blocks go in what spaces and […]

Pride and No Punishments

I am watching RPGBaby, 14-months old, try to climb the stairs while holding a basket of toys in one hand. While she can climb stairs like a champ, the basket is proving too much of a hinderance. It is surprising how much pride I am taking watching her struggle with it. I am pretty proud […]