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  • Yeah, yeah, yeah!

  • Oh!

  • Oh!

  • Oh, Ohio.

  • My name is Tiger Wolverine, but everyone calls me Wolfie.

  • I'm five months old, and this is how I start my day.

  • These last few months, all I've been drinking is a good stuff.

  • Seven, sometimes nine times a day.

  • This is my mummy.

  • She looks a bit tired, but I don't know why.

  • Because she just left her two hours since the last time I ate.

  • Yeah, she goes to sleep after feeding me, but before that, she wakes up my daddy.

  • Rainy weather will go.

  • Oh, this is him.

  • He smiles at me all the time, so I smiled back at him.

  • He looks tired, too, little guy.

  • I love the mornings because I get to spend a lot of time with my daddy.

  • Yeah, little smiley boy that he's gonna get some coffee.

  • Okay.

  • E Every morning, he drinks coffee.

  • I don't know why, though.

  • It has no taste.

  • Let's go.

  • My little guy.

  • You want to see the plans?

  • He says in Japan it's important to keep a morning routine.

  • My little son.

  • Oh, that warm towel is my favorite part.

  • Daddy says it helps to remind me it's morning time, but I already know that.

  • Okay, There you go.

  • Oh, I think he likes doing chores because he does it every day.

  • Sometimes twice.

  • Super.

  • Yea, he finished.

  • It's time for us to play just between you and me.

  • I learned how to flip over onto my stomach when I was three months old.

  • But I still can't figure out how to roll back.

  • Try to start and see what you hear.

  • Daddy also read me books.

  • He says I'm gonna be bilingual.

  • I don't know what that means, though.

  • I think I'd rather just see my book now.

  • Yeah, good.

  • You all that playing made me tired.

  • I don't know how to go to sleep on my own, though.

  • So my daddy helps me.

  • He makes a room dark and turns on a special sand machine in the sky.

  • So everything in the room is the same every time I sleep.

  • He calls it sleep training.

  • I agree.

  • I think I trained him pretty well.

  • Give your head Your right arm goes through here after my nap.

  • Dead.

  • He usually takes me on an expedition to see Japan.

  • I love looking at Japan.

  • Ever since I was born daddy, and I've been exploring Japan in the mornings.

  • He loves to tell me all about Japan.

  • And just a week ago, I started facing forward so I can see so much more of Japan now.

  • Mhm.

  • Hey.

  • Okay, now I'm hungry.

  • Timeto wake up, Mummy.

  • Oh, I recently discovered her hair.

  • It's fun to play with.

  • I think she likes it, too.

  • Can Young Oh, there's Daddy.

  • He looks different.

  • I think he took a shower.

  • He says there's not a lot of time these days, so both him and Mummy have to take advantage of little breaks during the day.

  • Well, now you're here.

  • I'm tired.

  • Daddy, can you help me take a nap?

  • By the way, in Japan, it's common for babies to sleep in the same room with their parents, even in the same bed, up to five or six years old.

  • But I've got my own baby crib.

  • I don't wanna be in this perfect sleeping room anymore.

  • Let's go.

  • Bye, Mummy.

  • Oh, there she is.

  • A few days ago, I started eating real food.

  • It's kinda gooey, though.

  • I think it's called Rice Board.

  • Very typical in Japan.

  • I wonder, though, what baby is in other countries.

  • Eat for the first time.

  • Can you let me know in the comments?

  • Wait, Is this what I'm supposed to eat?

  • The document?

  • Mus.

  • Oh, here it is.

  • Not a lot of the money, but I guess the texture is okay.

  • But Daddy says once I get used to this, I get to start on carrots, spinach and yams has said Well, you will be sure.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah, That's what I'm talking about.

  • I don't know about you, but this is the rial Foods thes days.

  • I drool a lot.

  • I can't help myself.

  • It's okay though.

  • Mummies always around to change me into a new outfit.

  • Has he got E Think Daddy's at work right now?

  • So I get to play with Mummy.

  • I love when she sings.

  • For some reason, it just makes more sense to me.

  • Oh, Yuki died of my twisted to yourself.

  • Oh, okay.

  • Yes.

  • Oh, no.

  • All that singing is getting me tired again.

  • Really tired.

  • I think I can even sleep longer this time.

  • Yeah, E o.

  • That's Mummy's Japan bag.

  • Every time you go to Japan, she brings it with us.

  • I guess we're going to Japan now.

  • e don't wanna wear this.

  • It's too hot in here.

  • Oh, we're taking my ride in Japan.

  • We call it a baby.

  • Ca I think I could I'll be Oh, e yes.

  • Her back in Japan, Mummy like to stop by the shrine.

  • She says it's customary in Japan to pay respects to the local god.

  • When I turned one month old, I also went to the shrine in Japan is called me a mighty A traditional ceremony for newborns.

  • Oh, I guess we're going to the supermarket today.

  • Mummy must have run out of something because we usually ordered groceries online these days.

  • Mummy's getting bread.

  • Her breastfeeding instructor says she's not supposed to eat it.

  • I think it must be for Daddy then.

  • Mommy, I'm hungry.

  • Yeah, Tidy.

  • Hey, so those ain't in it.

  • It's good to be home.

  • Feeding in public in Japan is still not widely accepted.

  • So Mummy always has to rush home.

  • E love cuddling with Mummy.

  • She always makes time for me, but I know she's working while I'm asleep.

  • She is pretty amazing.

  • E let's get up.

  • You wanna take your bath Every day around this time Daddy prepares the bath for me pink bathroom sink.

  • He loves to describe what he's doing while he's doing that.

  • He says, Help me build my vocabulary.

  • He lets me touch everything to Oh, it's getting warmer.

  • It's bath time.

  • It's called Moca Yoko and Japanese E Love being in the water.

  • Sometimes I get too excited, though, so Mummy gives me a bolt to distract me.

  • It works.

  • Okay, Mr.

  • I don't really like what's gonna happen next, though.

  • Mommy says I have dry skin, so she puts lotion all over it.

  • I have to do it every night.

  • This is part of our daily evening routine.

  • A t least.

  • I know what comes next.

  • Reading time.

  • I get to choose which book Mommy reads to me before I sleep today.

  • I think I'll go with a black one for seeing Oh, you Oh, Mommy, sitting the room again.

  • I know what that means.

  • Now it's time for bed.

  • Oh, mommy is rocking is making me sleepy thes days.

  • I usually sleep about five hours at this time, but before I not off.

  • If you want to see more day in the life videos, remember to subscribe to this channel.

  • And if you want to see more of what's happening in my life.

  • Check out my Tokyo zebra YouTube channel and Instagram.

  • Oh, yes, to me.

Yeah, yeah, yeah!

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Day in the Life of a Japanese Baby 5-Month Old

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/14
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