Saturday, June 27, 2009

Update on Will

It's been entirely too long since I wrote a post about Will. Let's see... what would you like to know? Will just cut three molars in the course of two days. He was very, very grumpy while they were coming in. I sent Kenneth a text message when I noticed that the first one had cut through.

Me: We have a molar!
Kenneth: Great. What do we need to do?
Me: A molar is a tooth. You don't need to do anything.

About a second later, my phone rings. It was Kenneth. He asked me what those animals are called that dig holes and run underground. I said a MOLE! We had a good laugh over that.

Will said his first two word sentence today: It's hot. And he's right. It is hot. Very.


I took these pictures yesterday with my "new" camera lens. It's actually about 20 years old, but I just tried it out for the first time yesterday. The lens that I normally use is broken. I was very upset about it since we will be going on vacation in two weeks. I had forgotten about this lens. One of my friends is a professional photographer and she told me that this "new" lens is a really good one and said that I should be excited about it. I was able to get some really good shots with it.

Here are some other fairly recent pictures.

3 comments:

OpheliaZepp said...

What an adorable little man! He's getting SO big!

Marlene said...

I'm thinking those pics are a bit outdated. The first one depicts a boy that is soooo cute he needs to be kissed non stop! Those are some kissin cheeks! How about some updated pics!

Opheia's Mom

Didn't know your boy had such a lasrge fan club did you?

EPatterson26 said...

Hello-

I was wondering if you accept guest posts? I have an article/event that I would like to submit in regards to childhood obesity. It is about dancing and how it can be a fun way for kids to exercise. Primrose Schools is hosting a Dance Off competition (with proceeds going the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals) for families and I think it is something you and your readers would enjoy!

I look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you,
Emily Patterson
epatterson@primroseschools.com