The Area News baby of the week is one-year-old Torren Andreazza.
Torren attends Griffith City Library’s baby bounce with mum Breanna of Ray White Real Estate. Dad Troy is an electrician.
Baby bounce babies generally fall into one of two categories – wanderers and stayers.
There are those who roam free, and those who stay attached to mum or dad’s lap.
Independent Torren definitely falls into the former categories, he crawls around the dance floor with mum in tow trying to catch him.
Thoughtful Torren is also known for putting on a super serious face. He doesn’t smile for the camera, simply because he’s asked.
Now let’s find out a bit more about him.
Name: Torren Andreazza
Parents: Breanna and Troy Andreazza
Where from: Griffith-born, Griffith through and through parents.
Best things about him: Always serious. Clever. Learns things quickly.
Worst habit: Learns too quickly sometimes. When he sees mum putting glasses away, he tries to climb into the cupboards and do the same.
Favourite TV show: Bananas in Pyjamas
Favourite foods: Sweet potatoes. But he eats anything really.
Favourite song: Itsy Bitsy Spider
Predicted future career: Electrician, taking after his Dad, though he looks capable of doing anything to which he sets his mind.
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Parents with babies and toddlers are encouraged to attend Griffith City Library’s baby bounce for nursery rhymes, songs, finger plays, and dance with puppets and percussion instruments.
The program, which has run for a decade, aims to promote language and literacy development in an interactive, fun-filled environment.
Baby bounce runs for half an hour every Tuesday morning from 10:00am. For more information contact Griffith City Library on 6962 8300 and visit the website https://www.griffith.nsw.gov.au/cp_themes/library/home.asp.