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A little music interlude from Miloh

The other day Staci bought Miloh the Skip Hop Funky Farmyard. Today she wanted to add a little something to Montessori it up a bit. So she attached a bell that she got from Etsy. Miloh instantly took to the bell and he had a tough time deciding whether to play with it or to look at himself in the cow mirror that came with the farmyard. In the end the bell won out. We have about 14 minutes of video of this but I decided to play nice and cut it down to under 2 minutes.

My next video will be him staring at a grape.


  1. I like the term "Montesorri it up a bit." We loved our play mats, well at least the first did. I don't think Tegan laid down for 6 months due to colic/reflux. Miloh is very cute, thanks for sharing.

  2. I want a Skip Hop Funky Farmyard! Okay, so I have a lot of dogs and some land (and a fish), so we kind of have our own zoo.

    Miloh is amazing--I don't know that I have seen kids that young do these things. I guess that I've been around puppies more than babies.

    Yeah for Miloh, Staci, Kenny, and (supporting actress) Kalli!

  3. Oh, he's getting so big!! He's not wrinkly at all anymore and so bright eyed. What a cutie :)

  4. Dude, staring at a grape at his age would be pretty advanced I think. Unless he was pooping at the time. I'm pretty sure ALL babies get super crazy focused when they're pooping.

    Maybe when you catch him pooping, stick a grape in front of whatever he's looking at and then film it. We'll never know.

    Oh, and his tiny smiles are the cutest ever.

  5. I like the term "Montesorri it up a bit." We loved our play mats, well at least the first did. I don't think Tegan laid down for 6 months due to colic/reflux. Miloh is very cute, thanks for sharing.


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