I do wonder whether this little Xiao Li is really 2 1/2 weeks old or actually older. She appears to be way beyond her years, I mean, weeks.
She detected Joanie's can of AD on the floor, made her way there, and started sucking the juice from the AD! Whoa...you are supposed to be only drinking milk, please!
Look at her in the photo. She is holding the bottle herself. Just can't wait - I'm hungry, I'm hungry!!
Meanwhile, Joanie is finally fast asleep now. My daughter noticed Joanie never really slept during the first two days. Guess Xiao Li's antics have tired her out!
I asked my husband what "Li" means in Chinese (mandarin). I know "xiao" means "small". He said it can mean quite a number of things. For example, "beauty", "strength", "independent" or "one to be feared" (li hai). I guess all these meanings fit the bill. This little tyke may be "xiao" (small), but her initials are "XL"!!
P.S. "Xiao Li" was the name given by her rescuer, Yen Ling. Which "Li" did you mean, Yen Ling?