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- Laughing and playing peekaboo on the settee with his mother, Sidney pretends to be shy but then turns on a radiant smile for the camera.
- It begins as a baby when we hide behind our hands and play peek-a-boo.
- In his idle hours, he played peek-a-boo with the children and read them books.
- He stopped playing peekaboo or wanting to walk.
- I play peek-a-boo with the person opposite; now you see me, now you don't.
- The prospect of playing peek-a-boo didn't excite me.
- Or maybe he just likes the way the book comes, with little holes in it that you can stick your fingers through or play peek-a-boo with.
- The little girl was standing on the seat and peering over the top, playing peek-a-boo and pulling silly faces at the two friends.
- Jesse was playing peek-a-boo through crib bars.
- Your child's doctor might ask if your child is playing peek-a-boo, pulling himself up in the crib, or reaching for a bright object when he's on the floor, for example.
- The infant guidelines involve a parent or caregiver planning physical activity with a variety of baby games, such as peekaboo and pat-a-cake, and sessions in which the child is held, rocked, and carried to new environments.
- ‘This little girl is the best kind of inspiration I can possibly have here,’ he said while playing peek-a-boo with his only child, Abigail.
- Then Abi came over and played peek-a-boo with him behind the plexiglass bubbles.
- I would stay up late at night watching movies with the 5th graders, chase around the toddlers, and play peekaboo with the infants.
- He was a very happy child who was always cooing and I used to make him laugh by playing peek-a-boo with him on the corner of the sofa.
- Is there anything better than playing peekaboo with a baby?
- Toddlers, led by their parents, play peek-a-boo with the stationary tanks from behind their father's legs.
- He loves to play peek-a-boo, and he can wave bye-bye and blow kisses to his mom when she goes to work.
- I passed Connie off to her sisters, and we kept her occupied doing various things (playing with the dogs, playing peek-a-boo, etc.).
- Playing peek-a-boo with toys helps teach infants about object permanence - the understanding that an object has not disappeared permanently just because it isn't visible now.
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- Then there's the peekaboo, fuchsia dress widely circulated in paparazzi shots in cyberland.
- In the very first episode, however, T.J. is shown clearing out as soon as his roommate arrives on the scene wearing those peekaboo pants.
- ‘This hot pink dress has a snug-fitting top, a flowing bottom for easy movement, and a peek-a-boo back for sex appeal.’
- For a casual night out for the society girl-on-the-go, his red mohair plaid strapless dress with peek-a-boo velvet bow and mini pouf hem detailing of pleated lace and tulle sets the right tone for the evening.
- The ruffled hem envelops the legs, and the lace-up peekaboo slit traces the curve of the waist, adding shape to an already sensuous silhouette.
- Fragonard's famously teasy painting of The Swing is re-created with the addition of a tribal peekaboo dress.
- Models showed off the latest collection from her best-selling LK line, including fabulous fishnets and peek-a-boo suspenders.
- Samuel's lilac suit features a peek-a-boo organza strip that cuts away from the linen it's made from.
- The most daring offering includes garments that hug the body and peekaboo necklines that show off the décolletage.
- Yokes and sleeves are obvious choices for a peek-a-boo look, and for evening or vacation wear, consider a midriff inset in a seductive sheer or demure lace.
- He tapped his nose and said, ‘Look after him’ to the grey girl with peek-a-boo underwear.
- During the course of the movie, Love's character slowly becomes less abrasive and cocksure and, as a handy visual aid, her dress sense shifts from sizzling peekaboo to preppy casualwear.