Thursday, October 9, 2008

New Toys

Now that the munchkin can crawl, we're finding that there's nothing that he can't, or won't get into. Truly I never knew random papers or remote controls were such enticing "toys."

He seems quite proud of himself doesn't he?

He also has two teeth right in the front on bottom that broke through last week. And he tries to pull himself up on anything he can get hold of. So that's the munchkin report for this week. As for me, I'm over coming a severe head cold and Travis is packing his long underwear because his next jobsite is Climax, CO.


Angela said...

If you keep those dvds alphabetized or organized chronologically you need to let that go now. Or buy different shelves with locks or a bar across them. Just do it now so you can not go as crazy. That is going to keep happening over and over again!

Ashley, Mike and Kiddos said...

What a cutie pie! If you like your kitchen dishes or pans at all - keep those cupboards locked! That's always my kids' favorite things to get to...sometimes it is so fun to just let them make a mess because then we can get the cutest pictures (like these of your sweetie boy!)!

Steph said...

Adorable pictures! Brought back memories of Benjamins's baby days. He liked getting into the pantry and playing (eating the labels off) with canned food. I had to get creative to figure out how to keep him out. He also had lots of fun pulling clean baby laundry items out of the basket one by one until he had emptied it.

Darryl and Cindy said...

So much for your alphabetized filing system. Now you know why I never bothered. NO WAIT!!!!.... I never had DVD's or CD's so it didn't matter! Ha Ha.

Keep all of your plastic kitchen ware in bottom cupboards. Then when he gets into them he can't hurt anything.

I love my baby boy! (He looks like Adam and Preston in the 1st pic! He was meant to be ours!)

Jacob and Cami said...

I can't wait for you to come visit either. Lily and Gideon can swim together. I am missing the Fall atmosphere. I really do like to wear jeans and sweaters.