The high chair is a very important thing in my life right now. Besides sitting on it while eating, I also use it for entertainment. Whenever I want to have fun on the high chair, I have to ask my parents to move it on the carpet (they wouldn’t let me play with it on the kitchen tiles). I express my intent by saying “high chair” while pointing at it, then saying “carpet” while pointing toward the living room. That’s pretty much everything I have to do and the high chair gets moved on the carpet and lowered so I can climb on it. The pictures below are supposed to show you how I spend my time on the high chair after that.
My parents do silly things like covering their eyes with their hands, then removing their hands to say “Peekaboo!”. I found this amusing for a while, but I soon realized that they were still in front of me even when they had their eyes covered. I decided to teach them how to really hide and then surprise them by suddenly reappearing. For this purpose, I used a blanket that happened to be handy. I think it worked great because:
- they were wondering aloud “Where is the baby?” every time I was hiding and
- they were very excited to see me again when I was removing the blanket.