LE was a trooper. This little one was interested in every thing and every one who entered the premises. We have figured out a few things about our little "fidget"over the past few weeks: (1) she does not like to miss ANYTHING, (2) she likes to see what is going on around her, and (3) she does NOT like to take a nap during the day! This last one is particularly hard on her mother, who would like for her to nap during the day, not only so she can get something done, but also so that "the fidget" will not be completely worn out, exhausted, and irritable about 5:00 each day! But I digress.
LE was perfectly happy to be in the Baby B.jorn facing outward so that she could observe her surroundings. And, she was fine as long as the person wearing the B.B. (read: "ME") was MOVING in some way, shape, form, or fashion. I could be walking, bouncing, swaying, or whatever, but if I stood still for more than about 30 seconds, she would let me know in no uncertain terms that this was not acceptable! Both days we were there, the only time I got to sit down was to feed her, which was about twice a day. LE liked being in the B.B. so much that she fell asleep in it both days! But even then, I had to keep moving or she would give a little cry or wake up. She did allow me to put her in her car seat for a few minutes, but, again, I was her main entertainment. Ken would take her during some of the down time, but he wasn't successful in teaching her to operate the cash register...yet.
I KNOW you're not planning on leaving me in here.
I'm waiting, people!
Such a cutie!