Aaron Andrès Seals
At 18 months old, he continued to get bigger, stronger and more independent every day. He loved to read (or be read to) and to push his lawn mower or motorcycle around the house. He was very good at pushing the buttons on all his toys/remote controls/stereos/whatever. (A special thanks to all of his relatives who sent him nice LOUD toys!) He was also a master climber.
At his 18-month checkup with Dr. Evans on January 18, 2000, Aaron weighed 26 pounds and was 33½ inches tall. He could say several words, such as books, shoes and toes, but they just didn't have any vowels! He had almost all of his "toddler teeth," with the top molars and canines coming in. Aaron continued to move from baby food to toddler and adult foods like a pro. His favorites were Wendy's chicken nuggets, french fries and peeled apple chunks. (Don't worry Grandmas, these were treats, not all he ate!)
Here's another set of pictures. Enjoy!
Aaron's first trip to the beach.
Aaron riding the carousel at the Balboa Fun-Zone.
Taking his first "boat" ride on the Balboa Ferry.
Feeding the ducks and geese with Daddy.
Lots of ducks!
Aaron with his cousins, Laura and Thomas.
Getting wet in a water sculpture in San Jose.
Look, Mom, I can do the blocks!
I made Tigger bounce all by myself!
2nd Thanksgiving dinner - I want Wendy's, not this stuff!
Getting ready for Christmas.
I don't feel too good, but bear makes me feel better!
Sledding down the driveway on his motorcycle.
I woke Daddy early so we could open Christmas presents.
Cool, a new toy!
Playing 'Book Shopping' at his girlfriend's house.
Aaron and Danielle play in the ball pit.
More playing in the ball pit.
Reading all his books.
Aaron and the new kitty (Eponine) mugging for the camera.
Forget the toys, my toybox makes a cool fort!
I may not enjoy riding my motorcycle, but I sure like to push it!
This is the only way I could get Bear upstairs.
This web page was last revised on January 1, 2001.