Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in Tongues, photo by Harold Davis.

Katie Rose sometimes explores by sticking her tongue out, for all the world like a baby snake tasting her world. In the unfamiliar environment of the conference room at March of Dimes in San Francisco, she tested the atmosphere with her tongue. Her mom went along and mugged for my camera.

Thanks to my beautiful spouse for her forbearance when I publish photos like these.

Below, Katie Rose explains to the good people at March of Dimes what life is like for a preemie graduate of the NICU.

Katie Rose at March of Dimes

This entry was posted in Bemusements, Katie Rose, Kids.

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