Topics: Automobile, Sitting, Human leg Pages: 2 (899 words) Published: October 26, 2014

Dakarai is 22 months old. He has brown eyes and has curly, short brown hair. He has rounded shaped eyes and a very light complexion. He is sitting on the floor in his living room which is meagerly furnished with two couches and a big television. The room is very comfortable and seems to be furnished with his comfort and safety in mind. Dakarai is sitting on the floor with his toys around him. His mother sits on the floor next to him and he begins to hand his mother a series of toys. He is interested in the reaction of his mother as he hands her his cars, one by one. Dakarai leans forward, grabs a car and hands it to his mother. He watches her face and sort of drops his mouth open as he waits for her reaction. She then tells him the color of the car. He nods his head forward and then reaches for another car and proceeds to pick up another car. After picking up 5 cars and handing them to his mother he then crawls across the floor to a toy truck and pushes it for a moment. He looks up at his mother to see what she is doing and pushes the truck toward her. He smiles at her and she smiles back and say “Is that your truck?” he smiles again and nods his head. Dakarai is very interested in his mother’s reaction to him. She continues to watch him even when he is interested in a toy or moving away from her. He does check to see if she is pay attention to him as he plays. His mother starts picking up toys and organizing the room and he sometimes goes over to her and becomes interested in what she is doing. Dakarai seems very dependent on his mother’s mood. He smiles when she smiles and if she is distracted he wants to obtain her attention and seems to gauge and react to her facial expressions. It seems that their relationship is positive and his mother is very attentive. Dakarai sits up with ease. He seems very balanced and sure of himself. His legs are set wide out and his feet point outward. He can lean forward with his stomach to the floor and sit back up with some...
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