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Monday, November 8, 2010

Monkey Zu

In our 2004 family newsletter, we reported:
"Zuzu has developed her native climbing skill impressively over the course of the year, learning to get into and out of her highchair without help at 14 months, out of her crib or playpen at 18 months, and out of any shopping cart, even if buckled in. With the help of a bar stool, even the top of the fridge is not out of her reach."
I thought I'd give you this 2010 update on the situation:

video by Peter

10 comments:

Heidi said...

Well, I'm terribly impressed! And a little unnerved! :)

Lili said...

This is awesome!

(And I'm slightly jealous!)

Betsy said...

I love that girl.

(And I'm very jealous.)

Stephen said...

She is so cool.

(And I'm most jealous.)

hannah said...

Wow. Just wow. When she got up to the top, Logan asked, "how is she going to get down?" Thanks for the demo. maybe he'll be trying this next week.

Katie said...

You have got to be kidding me!! That is truly one of the most amazing things I have ever seen!

Jill Freestone said...

wow! I'm amazed and shocked! love it!

Leilani Bascom said...

Well, if Zuzu wants to study at BYU-Hawaii, even though she's not ethnically Polynesian, they might consider giving her a job at the Polynesian Cultural Center...that's exactly how they climb the palm trees, with the help of a rag attached between both feet to grip the bark. Then Zuzu can get coconuts...papaya...

Christina said...

zuzu could get me papayas anytime :)

Ligia said...

That is just amazing. :)