Thursday, November 30, 2006
I'm not in the habit of calling O my little prince, but I have to say that this is the first thing that popped into my head as I was viewing this photo...He had my sweater on and was very busily walking around...I quickly grabbed my camera and this is what I shot. I actually like it quite a bit and it reminds me of the cover of The Little Prince...if only I had a snake that swallowed an elephant laying around!
Saturday, November 25, 2006
Last night we went back to Aitachi's and Grandma Jeri's to celebrate 3 November birthdays! I didn't manage many pictures of O...I'm finding it difficult to photograph him as he is CONSTANTLY on the move...very, very busy...
But, even with it's blurriness, I found this photo very endearing. His little hand on Joe's leg...keeping close by.
O, you are so adorable!!!
O had a great time at Aitachi's and Grandma Jeri's for his 2nd Thanksging! He was a little hesitant when Aitachi circled near...but I am happy to report, that by then end of the night, O and Aitachi were laughing together at the dinner table! Yey! O! Yey! Aitachi!
O enjoyed gnawing on a bone! How exciting!!!
All turkeyed out and ready to go!
Monday, November 20, 2006
Thursday, November 16, 2006
Sunday, November 12, 2006
I just can't say it enough...hanging out with you is so wonderful...you laugh and smile constantly...you are such a happy little guy...so easy going and such a trooper! You make your dad and I laugh all day...
Here's a list of what you are signing these days:
Plus...you put both your hands up to your head when your dad says, "Oh brother!"...and you sigh "ahhhhh" after drinking something...also taught to you by your dad! GASP!
We love you!!!
Thursday, November 02, 2006
What can I say about my son these days??? That he is in constant danger of being eaten by his mother??? Yes...that would be an accurate statement.
It is so lovely to watch O grow. He is signing more and more every day...some signs, like "car" come with sound effects...in this case, "vroooooooooooooooom" as he holds and turns an imaginary steering wheel...
Sometimes I don't "get" that even though he can't communicate as well with words, his understanding is enormous, and in a way, silent. Yesterday I was cleaning up the play room and O was right there next to me...I had all the books put away, except one, by the window at the other side of the room. I asked O if he could bring me the book "over there" (please)...and he put his little hands up and carefully turned 180 degrees and began waddling his way over to the book, which he carried over and handed to me, all the while saying, "EHHH?", (his favorite word for pretty much everything!)...
So I ate him.