Recent research has discovered that Azalea does in fact like her swing. Experts say that she has been seen tolerating the swing for up to 45 minutes in ideal conditions. Her parents see this as a positive sign, and are hopeful that their days of moving her to a new activity every five minutes are coming to an end.
Azalea has been spotted with handfuls of her mother’s hair on several occasions. A close friend of Miranda says that “she’s considering getting her hair cut but she fears ‘the mom haircut.”
“I haven’t heard the ‘demon cry’ in nearly a month!” reports the Walker’s nosy across the street neighbor lady. This is in reference to the sound that was heard throughout the neighborhood whenever the Walker baby was placed in her car seat. Azalea’s parents say that “she seems to calm down quicker now when we put her in the car seat, though she does let us know initially that she’s not too happy.” The Walker’s tried to keep their comments to a minimum and knocked on wood to prevent “jinxing” the situation.
In our feature, Technology Tonight, we’re singing the praises of webcams and Skype. Azalea commented “I love seeing my grandparents on the computer…it’s just like TV. Sometimes I get cranky because my mom always seems to call when I want to eat or take a nap, but I don’t think my grandparents mind. Plus, it’s awesome because I look like that baby on the E-Trade commercials.” When asked for a follow-up comment Azalea’s mom said, “no she doesn’t look like that E-trade kid…that baby’s creepy.”