Sunday, November 23, 2008

Tough Guy

We already know Leo is not going to be tall. We're trying to toughen him up so he won't get picked on in school:


"Don't even THINK about shoving me into a locker!"

"That's right. I'm flexing my biceps. My friend John's got some too! You don't wanna mess with us."

Friday, November 21, 2008

More Mommy Show

Leo still likes to watch me exercise. And yes, we are listening to the "Salsa Y Merengue" music station on digital cable.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

He won't take this lying down

Leo can totally sit up on his own now. He doesn't have to hold his feet. He doesn't fall over. He holds his back nice and straight. He's very confident in his sitting up ability.


Mommy and Daddy, however, aren't there yet:


Monday, November 17, 2008

Leo, the vegetarian

Leo has quite a palette. In addition to breast milk, he also eats sweet potatoes, squash, carrots and peas. He likes all of them equally. Here are a few pics from this weekend when we introduced the green stuff:


"Peas rock!"

"Hey, why am I the only one eating this mush?"

"What? Haven't you seen a bald dude eat smashed peas before?"







Thursday, November 13, 2008

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Best Week Ever

Leo is growing and changing so quickly, I had to tell him, "Slow down! That's too many blogs!"

So I decided to combine a few events and tid bits into one blog. Here are a few things that have happened to Leo in the last seven days:


He experienced his first Halloween as a lion. I tried to explain to him about trick or treating: "See, you go to the door and you say 'trick or treat' but don't worry about the trick because they always choose treat..." and then I realized it doesn't make a lot of sense.




He tried "real" food. That is, if you consider smashed up sweet potatoes real food:









He made faces like he didn't like it but kept opening his mouth for more.


A neighbor gave us this jumpy swing which is his new favorite apparatus.








He continued to practice sitting up. He can do it for a couple of minutes and then he "falls down and goes, 'boom!'" (which is a cute thing mommy says to him).



And he got his first pair of jeans (thanks, Tia Kristin!)





















Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Patriotic Baby



At the polls this morning I told Leo that we were doing our civic duty. When we got home I realized he must have thought I meant "doodie."