Soooooo Big!

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are you familiar with the game "So Big!" you play with babies?? If not,
you say, "are you so big?" and they raise their arms up over their
head...you're supposed to say "Sooooooooooooooooo big!"

Here's a pic of my son Matthew doing So Big after he just learned --

MATTHEW - SO BIG! (1024x768)
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Heh, cute kid.
Cant say i've heard that game before.
But a bit different here in sweden i guess ;)
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Awwwww, too cute Unflux :)
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He looks completely terrified! :-P ;) :lol:

*hole em up punk!*
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Nothing like those baby blues. I've got them and thank God my daughter's got 'em. Blue eyes just get to ya!

Nice picture and proud dad, I'm sure.
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Very cute baby! What kind of digital camera do you use to make such excellent quality photo?
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Sambie wrote:
Very cute baby! What kind of digital camera do you use to make such excellent quality photo?


*lol -- same one he used for his former vehicle no doubt! *ribs UNFLUX -- (Sorry Sambie -- you had to be there -- it's a "deer" story)
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cute!!! :D
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The drool on the hand add a nice touch, don’t you think?
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ARGH!!! My kids have a VHS tape with a "So Big" song on it. The song is currently cycling through my head. Thanks dude. ;)


Very cute kid!
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weird, I only play peek-a-boo with babies...
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yes, same here, never heard of "so big" before

cute kid unflux *\the proud pappa :D
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Very nice babe..delightful !

Lets get some babe games going on here, i'll start you off :

Incy wincy spider climbing up the spout
At this point the babe should be moving fingers in an upward direction.
Down came the rain.
Fingers spiral down at this point
and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain.
ince wincy spider climbed up the spout again.

:D

Well it is for babes.
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funny cultural thing...in the US, it's the Itsy Bitsy Spider.

lol

My favorite game to play with my kids is to put a blanket over their head (no, not in a torturous way) and walk around the room going, "Where's Sean?", or "Where's Nickus?".

They just sit there giggling their butts off. I've often wondered if they think that I really can't find them. They're probably only laughing because they're thinking, "Whoa, Dad is stupid!".

hahahaha
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we do Itsy Bitsy Spider in canada to, but thats more when there in the running around stage... were not gonna waste all our energy woving their hands for them
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You speak for all Canadians on this subject? :lol: ;)
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digitalMedia wrote:
funny cultural thing...in the US, it's the Itsy Bitsy Spider.

lol

My favorite game to play with my kids is to put a blanket over their head (no, not in a torturous way) and walk around the room going, "Where's Sean?", or "Where's Nickus?".

They just sit there giggling their butts off. I've often wondered if they think that I really can't find them. They're probably only laughing because they're thinking, "Whoa, Dad is stupid!".

hahahaha


Actually, depends on their age. I'm not sure when it happens, but up until they develop a certain ammount, kids have no concept of object permanence. If it's not in front of them, it doesn't exist anymore. They may well think you really can't see them.

I know my nephew used to put a blanket over his head and walk around the house after he'd been put to bed by his mom, thinking they couldn't see that he was out of bed. He'd come sneaking quietly down the stairs and tip toe around the house. It was hilarious! :lol:

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digitalMedia wrote:
You speak for all Canadians on this subject? :lol: ;)


no just the lazy ones

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