These 2 months gave me a fresh new perspective to projectile motion. It was defined by formula in my JC F maths, physics days. But that was all theoretical. Nothing quite prepared me for the practical.
In practical, projectile motion results in the following (in sequence of frequency and probability) :
1. Changing and washing of bed sheets
2. Changing of baby’s clothes
3. Dunking him in the bathtub for another bath
4. Changing of my own clothes
5. Wiping his face where the resultant of the motion hit him
6. All of the above.
I’ve never experienced that during 宝贝’s infant days. At the most, it was fluid mechanics (ah… One of my least favourite subject with lots of integration and patience while doing experiments.) the pooling of fluid and predicting which direction it’d flow to. Just a matter of wiping the rubber mat, much more predictable than the erratic projectile motion.
Sorry. No photo for this post. Very difficult lar, one hand is holding up two wriggling legs, the other hand is holding the wet wipe to wipe the Sai. No more extra hand to hold the camera to capture the glorious moment when the golden fluid projects into the air, and lands… In the most undesirable places.