Friday, November 7, 2008

16 Months and Counting

Today Stellan is 16 months old. It's amazing to think about how much he's changed and grown, even in the couple of months we've been in Florida. He's got so many news skills I'm considering sending him out into the workforce to help earn back some of what we've spent on diapers, applesauce and cottage cheese. Here's his resumé:

Realize the full potential of entropy in the workplace

Technical Skills/Proficiencies:
  • Climbing anything
  • Eating with a spoon
  • Flinging food with a spoon
  • Waving hello
  • Slipping at least one arm out of a snugly fit car seat harness

  • July '07 to Oct '07: just laying there a lot
  • Oct '07 to Jan '08: rolling over
  • Feb '08 to May '08: crawling
  • May '08 to present: walking, climbing, running and tripping/falling frequently

July '07 to August '08: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Musical Instrument Profiencies:
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Bass Guitar
  • Piano
  • Recorder
  • Drums
  • Harmonica
  • Melodica
  • Milk Carton Filled With Pinto Beans
  • Lead Vocals

Animal Noises:
  • Woof
  • Moo
  • Meow
  • Bahk Bahk (chicken sound)

Computer Proficiencies:
  • Power On/Off
  • Log On/Off
  • Mouse
  • Webcam
  • Untold Number of Keyboard Shortcuts

Facial Expressions:
  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Tantrum/Fake Sad
  • Furious
  • Fish Face
  • Stink Face

Language Proficiencies:
  • English - comprehension (occasionally selective)
  • Spanish/Creole - will pretend to understand
  • Baby Sign - some proficiency (he knows "milk" and "more;" what else could he really need to communicate?)
  • Point and Whine - fluent

References available upon request.


Stephie said...

Maybe if I used Stell's resume I might have more success. . . . I should at least try the objective out. I'm always a fan of entropy in the workplace

Jenae said...

To whom it may concern,
I am looking for an experienced and motivated individual who can serve as an on-call Cutie Pie. You're resume is quite impressive. Would you be interested in a part time position? Is commuting a problem?
Thank you for your time,

Cheryl said...

hehe, I love the resume! so cute. I think you should see if the local (toddler) university is hiring!