We are having so much fun with Isaac these days. He is learning to play through interactions with us. He loves to play peek-a-boo by holding a cloth over his own face and pulling it down when we ask, "Where's Isaac?" That one usually gets a good giggle. He also loves it when we disappear and reappear. He thinks this is exceptionally funny. I love watching him crane his neck to see where one of us will pop up next after we've gone from his sight, and then seeing the look of total surprise on his face when we do reappear. His latest game is crawling out of his room during diaper changes. When he hears us say, "Isaac, where are you going?", he crawls full speed ahead down the hall, usually laughing all the way. Finally, he's begun to enjoy the game of looking for one of us when prompted by the other. It is so gratifying and wonderful watching him learn so much so quickly!
Where's Daddy? from Julie Anderson on Vimeo.
I apologize for the poor focusing in the video. We are using our digital SLR camera which does not autofocus in video, and maintaining manual focus on a constantly moving subject is not so easy. I'll keep working on it!