Bubble Up

IMGP5918We come to this world with so little knowledge and skills. We are given a curious mind and a body that can learn to do a lot. In a child’s life every day is full of exploring and learning new things. In this photo my son discovered that he can bubble up his milk.

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Bubble Up

21 thoughts on “Bubble Up

  1. LOL, I have forgotten about doing this. Man…I’d show my daughter, but she’ll make a mess. I’ll let her discover it on her own, hopefully about a year and a half from now! Thanks for bringing that memory straight out of the dark and cobwebbed pits of my memory.

    1. It’s good children remind us of the fun little things… and we can sort of live through childhood again. Although some of those things are not as much fun from the parents’ perspective πŸ™‚ And yes, I think it is best you wait till your daughter discovers it on her own… it is double or even triple joy then for her (self-made discoveries are the best ones). I enjoyed reading your thoughts, thank you Celena!

    1. Haha… yes, once he realised what he can do with straw and milk, he mastered his skill very quickly πŸ™‚ And you can only imagine his joy πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for kind words and leaving a comment Aldous!

  2. t h i n g s + f l e s h says:

    Elina, this is lasting color, lasting memory. the looseness and spontaneity of this snapshot is just remarkable. tony

  3. Haha! πŸ˜† I can remember doing that at school! We used to have milk in little baby milk bottles with a straw to drink it with. I didn’t like milk, so I often used to blow bubbles of milk out the top of the bottle with my straw – I used to get told off for it though – apparently, it was rude to do that!! 😦

    That’s a precious little moment to capture, one to treasure a long time! πŸ˜€

    1. So cool to hear your story Suzy! I suppose at school it was not considered good dining behaviour. I think it is nice to let kids try out the fun stuff also, especially such a harmless thing like this. Of course they need to learn that it is not ok to do it whenever and wherever. It is a great moment to remember, especially the joy of his own discovery πŸ™‚ Thank you so much Suzy for your wonderful comment!

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