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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Ten Months Old

All three kids together. At the time I was trying to take the photo, the two younger ones were fussing, so I told Newton to cry, too. Cindy Lou calmed down when she saw the camera (like all babies, she loves gadgets!), and the Wizard couldn't suppress a smile, even as he continued to whine. So Newton's the only one who looks unhappy, but he's also the only one faking it.


More of Cindy Lou in a second, but I love this shot I got of the Wizard. Since starting swimming lessons almost two weeks ago, he's been falling asleep almost every afternoon. Here is where I discovered him the other day after getting Cindy Lou down for her nap.


Fresh from the tub in her Tubby Towel.


She can entertain herself upstairs among the toys for hours. Lately she's taken to holding larger toys between her feet so she can bang on them with her hands.


She still breaststrokes, but occasionally comes up onto knees and elbows briefly.


Here she is standing between Daddy's knees.



Think they could be related?

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Blogger The Laundry Queen said...

Looking at the picture of Cindy Lou between Mavis's legs, I can see that she has your super excited buggy eye thing. Maybe if you start working with her now, she won't frighten small children when she's older. ;-)

August 16, 2008 at 2:37 PM  

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