What do you call the parents of an infant prodigy?
Highly imaginative people.
During this photo shoot, Mary giggled two or three times. I know that it wasn’t deliberate I-think-this-is-funny giggling, but it certainly made us all laugh.
First the reaching-for-objects milestone from the other day, and now giggling. She’s so advanced! For the record we have NO Baby Einstein products.
A rare shot of mother and child. My kids are now old enough to be trusted with a camera under direct adult supervision.
Beautiful baby! (just so you know you’re not totally biased) >>🙂>>And… I love. your. hair. Methinks it’s time to update your profile pic.
She’s SUCH a sweetie!>And in that top pic, she looks just like you.
You’re looking great! Baby looks good too!
Thanks everybody.>>And Megan, yes, I need to update EVERYBODY’S photos. Can’t wait to hear about your house…
Mom and baby look wonderful! And,just for the record, thank you for continuing to post during what I know is an exhausting time. Your blog is a blessing!>>And yes, I agree with Nutmeg, your hair looks great and it’s time to update that profile pic. 🙂
The kids take good pics.
You and Mary look beautiful!
You both look beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pics!
She’s such a meatball! I had to go snuggle mine just seeing that picture… 🙂>>I need to slow down and enjoy mine a little more. Thanks for the reminder…>>And the caption under the picture of you should be something like, “OK, now push the button. OTHER button. And BE CAREFUL. Don’t DROP IT.” (Or maybe not. Just a hunch.)
Sarah – LOL. That cropped picture of Mary at the top is cropped exactly because all my face shows is exasperation at trying to explain the rudiments of using a digital camera to a 4 year old.
Michele, Mary is so beautiful! like all your children God Bless>Love Kelly