Saturday, May 29, 2010

Baby yoga

exhibit A: child's pose

Or how I like to sleep.
Sometimes I turn my face straight down into the mattress and make Mom wonder if I really can breathe. So far so good...

Up next: Down[ward facing] dog -- one of my new favorites.

And up[ward facing] dog, an old standby.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Cruel cruel world

Oh woh is me. Traveling is such hard work.

Mom, Dad, and I went to Syracuse over Memorial Day weekend for Uncle Tito's graduation party. The trip there was long -- with a big layover in Detroit. Here's me along for the ride in my sling. Clearly, I just can't take it anymore.

Ok, actually I was asleep, but Mom and Dad thought this was a pretty funny shot.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

We call it The Dirty sock

It's actually a self-feeding tool. That is helpful for polishing my shiny new tooth. Or tooths as the case may soon be.

All the nutrition with none of the risk.

This award-winning product allows your baby to enjoy lots of delicious foods without the choking risk. Simply put a piece of fruit, vegetables or meat into the mesh bag and snap shut. Your baby can chew, suck and enjoy all the whole food goodness and taste, with only the tiniest, digestible pieces coming through. Your baby gets great flavor and you get great peace of mind!

What manufacturers fail to mention is that once you use this lovely device for a few weeks [sic: days], no matter how carefully it is cleaned, it begins to resemble a dirty sock -- with rotten fruit in it.

Or possibly with rotten meat in it. Meat, really? Dear lord, that just sounds quite unappetizing. Chewy. Very chewy and gross.

Dad was most impressed by my Cousin Sophia's Dirty Fruit Sock while I was still germinating, so Aunt Em got me my very own. My very own new one, though I hear recycling is hip... Anyhow, I think it's pretty fun!

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Happy Mom's Day!

Last weekend I helped Mom and Dad make really great cards for Mother's Day.

They are really cute.

And they will be late.
[We blame FedEx.]

Regardless, I really love moms -- every day of the year!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Monday, May 3, 2010

Crazy Hair

You may recall that I sported the Don King look for a little while:

It was a good look. A great look. But I outgrew it.

And have moved on to bigger. And better.

And spikier.

Besides, if I learned anything from Pop Pop, it's that you can get like an extra inch or two of height from your hair.