Natalie has put together a great collection of Bao's earlier videos on the Post's website.
Oh the joy of watching young animals grow and develop with the watchful eye of their mothers close by. And in the case of little Bao Bao, we are also happy to have another panda cub to add to their bleak numbers in the wild.
Here is the latest update from the Smithsionian National Zoo website.
After four months of watching her grow on the panda cams, visitors to the Smithsonian's National Zoo will be able to visit Bao Bao starting January 18. Members of Friends of the National Zoo will be able to visit Bao Bao exclusively at the David M. Rubenstein Family Giant Panda Habitat from January 11 to January 17.
The amount of time Bao Bao and Mei Xiang will be on exhibit each day will depend on the bears' behavior. In the first few weeks they may not be on exhibit for long periods of time; they will spend more time on exhibit as Bao Bao gets older. They will also have access to the den, where Bao Bao has spent much of the past few months, and may choose to spend time in it instead of in public viewing areas.
In preparation for her debut, this morning Bao Bao is appearing before members of the media.