Elizabeth and I just started Baby Sensory classes. Elizabeth was a very solemn baby for most of the class, hardly venturing out from my lap. The circle time should be somewhat familiar due to babytime, and we actually know many of the moms and babies from babytime, but the unfamiliar surroundings and unfamiliar instructor were slightly overwhelming.
We sang songs with sign language and played with interesting feathers. Then we played with various sizes of balls. The beach balls were a bit scary for some reason, but Elizabeth did alright until the instructor made eye-contact with her. "Waaah..." she cried, burying her head in my lap.
During the social time, Elizabeth was very interested in a large inflatable wading pool filled with small balls, but as soon as I put her inside she decided that I was too far away for comfort's sake. "Mum, mum, mum, mum, mum" she wailed. So we compromised. I let her lean into the pool but she didn't actually have to let go of me.
After the class, we headed by Grandma and Grandpa H's apartment for lunch. Elizabeth had great fun playing with Grandpa's beard!