I let George loose with a paper bag full of tissue paper left over from our DIY Wrapping Paper that Henry and I made.
George explored the tissue paper for probably a good half hour.
It kept him fully entertained.
What came to my surprise, was that I had an empty tub in the room (purely by accident) and George began to transfer the tissue paper from the paper bag to the tub.
Granted, not all of it made it into the tub, but you could tell he was attempting to get it there.
The bag provided all sorts of entertainment itself.
Two toys in one, a paper bag and the tissue paper!
George put this on all by himself.
(I did not stage this photo…)
George turned the big 1 yesterday.
The first year always tends to drag on the first couple of months, but once a baby starts moving, so does the time!
From left to right are newborn, 3 month, 6 month and 9 month snapshots.
And here George is at 1 year old.
(I know I just showed this photo in the Baby Food Jar Play post, but I couldn’t resist getting another look at that adorable face!)
Have a great weekend!
We’ll be saving the tissue paper from his party for sure!
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