IWAG

Just a short post to celebrate Biggles’ latest achievement. No, for once it doesn’t involve him finding a way into locked cupboards or nabbing items from hitherto unreachable shelves. This time he’s managed to do something desirable: he’s learned to weave properly! For a while now he’s been able to get through the poles if I guide him through, either by using a lead on him or by walking very close by him at just the right pace, but now none of that is necessary. As proof, I give you Professor Biggles of the International Weaving Advancement Group (IWAG):

OK, it doesn’t look like much, and there are only 6 poles, but trust me it’s a huge breakthrough for my little boy. I’ve still got to get him up to 12 poles before his next lesson, but I don’t think that’ll be hard.

Finally, here are a few shots from the last week’s shenanigans:

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The wasps are back and Beanie’s standing guard by their hiding place in our door vents

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A surprise attack on her brother..

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And an extended play fight on the bed..

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Biggles can now add weaving to his impressive list of talents (though farting will always be his primary skill)

2 Replies to “IWAG”

  1. Paul Post author

    Thanks! I’m really chuffed with The Prof. We had a little practice session today and he managed 8 poles no problem, so we’ll easily make 12 poles by his next lesson.

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