Cameron loves a British cartoon called Kipper which he likes to call "Kipper Dog". It's about a brown and white dog and his friends and is really sweet and what I would call a calm cartoon since it's all soft spoken voiceovers with no shouting and screaming (like Dora or Diego) and the art is very simple. The theme music for the cartoon is a pleasant little jazz song. Cameron was apparently in the mood for some Kipper Dog music to dance to and found some to play on his toy piano. Problem was that he couldn't find the long version of the song, only the short version. Evan is running around and around on the slide having a great old time but not really caring about the music too much. I caught it all on video.
I'm a stay at home mom of surprise fraternal (we think) twin boys Cameron and Evan. They were born at 28 weeks 6 days due to Intra-uterine Growth Restriction (IUGR). We have struggled with global delays from prematurity, failure to thrive, feeding tubes, and re-learning to eat food by mouth. We're finally on the other side of the fence from our prematurity experience and I hope that something I write of our adventures in my online diary helps someone else struggling with similar experiences.