Jumble Answers for 11/30/2020

LUYRT = TRULY

SELSB = BLESS

WPARSL = SPRAWL

BERROD = BORDER


CARTOON
ANSWER:

THE PROCESS OF AN INFANT BECOMING A TODDLER INVOLVES – – –

TY BS SPA BE = BABY STEPS

13 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 11/30/2020

  1. Happy Monday everyone! I think dad had a feeling that today was going to be the day. Babies often start taking their first steps between 9 and 15 months so it only stands to reason that he had his camera ready. Capturing video was always relatively easy for me. My downfall was, and still remains, taking the time to transfer the file(s) to a device, such as a thumb drive, for long-term storage. It seems ain’t nobody got time for that!

    There weren’t any new clue words this morning, but all of the anagrams are coming up as such. None of them managed to stump me in the least which is on par with what I’ve come to expect for a Monday. My guess is that BORDER was the hardest of the quartet. Those pesky R’s may have spelled trouble if you found yourself coupling them together.

    Mom and dad are as proud as punch! He’s kneeling on the floor recording the event while she springs to her feet to offer encouragement. I thought he was holding a cellphone at first, but it looks a little larger in size, so it’s most likely a tablet. My favorite detail was the vintage Fisher Price Roly Poly ball behind mom’s right foot. I haven’t seen one of those in years! The small animals on the baby’s shirt were pretty cool too. The animals were, from left to right, an elephant, giraffe and monkey.

    The final solve was an anagram consisting of 9-letters that would be divided into two words. The B’s and Y brought BABY into view with STEPS right there for the finish. I think “child’s play” about sums it up! Have a great start to your week, my friends, and keep Jumbling.

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  2. Here are 10 Fun Facts about BABIES!

    10. Boy babies are slightly heavier than girl babies. The average weight of a newborn boy is 7 lbs. 10 oz. while that of a newborn girl is 7 lbs. 2 oz.
    9. Only 15% of newborns prefer to turn their head to the left when lying on their back.
    8. A newborn’s stomach is about the size of a hazelnut.
    7. A baby’s eyes are 75% of their adult size, but its vision is around 20/400. By six months, a baby’s vision should reach 20/20.
    6. A baby cannot taste salt until it is 4 months old. The delay may be related to the development of kidneys, which start to process sodium at about that age.
    5. The inner ear is the only sense organ to develop fully before birth. It reaches its adult size by the middle of pregnancy.
    4. At birth, babies have no kneecaps. Kneecaps do not develop completely until after six months.
    3. Famous premature babies include Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Stevie Wonder, Isaac Newton and Sir Winston Churchill.
    2. In 1978, the first baby was born in Antarctica: Emilio Marcos Palma.
    1. A newborn baby has about one cup of blood in its body!

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  3. Good morning. There were no baby steps taken in today’s jumble. I breezed right through both parts just like an adult. Or could it have been that because it’s a Monday it’s a lot like the children’s one on Sunday beneath ours every week in the paper. I’ll take the good start blind solve and all. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

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  4. Agree w Paul,a child level easy Monday jumble,w a quick solve of the anagrams and even a quicker blind solve of the cartoon’s baby steps. Having been in a 2 week slump and not being able to solve the Jumbles,it’s nice to have a success,even if it’s an easy Monday puzzle.BTW Winter is back in Illinois w an early morning low in the 20’s.

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  5. Good Morning, Everyone. I hope this finds you well…

    👶🏻 A toddler who begins to walk can always bring such joy,
    She stands though quite precariously, surrounded by her toys
    A Roly-Poly Chime Ball, a Rock-a-Stack’s there too…
    The parents BLESS these little toys…they TRULY do come through…
    They SPRAWL them out upon the floor…and Baby stays enrapt,
    Within the BORDER, hopefully, that Mom and Dad adapt,
    And as we know all parents do, they pray the child’s kept…
    Where she will be both safe and sound…as she takes BABY STEPS! 👶🏻

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  6. 🤦🏻‍♀️ She asked them not to SPRAWL out on the living room floor, since it would TRULY pose a problem…BLESS their hearts, they meant well, but if she didn’t set a BORDER line or two, telling them to take BABY STEPS, they’d completely overrun her home…🤦🏻‍♀️

    🍈 It began to be bother, saying “BLESS you” every time,
    He TRULY hoped the sneezing would be helped now with these limes…
    He used the counter to SPRAWL out the fruit to mix the drink
    Some dripped off the left BORDER side and flowed into the sink
    He hoped that this concoction worked with all this fuss and prep…
    She needed to stop sneezing…so he’s trying BABY STEPS…🍈

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  7. Hi all – Instant Monday solve on everything today. They’re taking it easy on me.

    Had to smile at the voting box, because I used that “a-parent” pun in a comic strip comment yesterday.

    What’s that thing on the floor that looks like a trampoline or seat of some kind?

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “He steadily took BABY STEPS toward retirement because he knew he would TRULY BLESS the day he no longer had to commute through the SPRAWL surrounding the city’s BORDER.” (Yes, this sentence is a little AUTO-biographical!)

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    • Et tu, trampoline? 😉 We have a gazillion things around for the kids…But a trampoline? Not so far..not for a child so young….But maybe I’m missing something…Anyway…you know what I’m still hung up on! 😉🤦🏻‍♀️

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  8. It must be Monday again. The trampoline thing looks like a low seat so you can be down at the child’s level to interact. There is also a 4 ringed toy. Perfectly enjoyable and easy for both the words and the puzzle solution. Chuck said it all!
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    • Mig…Trampoline?! 😉I think it’s more of a hammock type thing that kids lie in. We have a few…If you see it on line, it gives you a different perspective…you can see somewhat of a depth to it. And the ringed toy? It’s called a Rock-a-Stack…I identified it in my poem. I love Kid stuff! 😉🙋🏻‍♀️

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