Saturday, November 17, 2007

The Meddler... 10 months old today. And please know that I call him that with every bit of love and adoration you can possibly have for your child. :) He truly is the most curious little thing I have ever seen, and is as fast as lightning. He is obsessed with getting into my kitchen cabinets, and will do whatever he has to do to get there and completely tear things up. It's hard to believe, but it took this third little one to make me have to truly babyproof my house~ the other two didn't really get into cabinets and drawers too much. Hunter is another story.

And to mark turning 10 months old today, he started saying "no." Please know I'm not bragging, or exaggerating....this is not something I would make up. :) He says it in a very sweet way, of course, with his yummy little mouth in the shape of a perfect "o." And it totally makes me crack up. Which I know is not a good thing to do when your child tells you no. But I bet you would do the same thing if he said it to you. We'll see how cute it is when he's two.

At 10 months, Hunter has mastered cruising, LOVES his bottle, nite-nite blankie, and paci, and waves bye-bye. So stinkin' cute. He is still a snuggler, which I LOVE, and is just so yummy, especially when he is holding his nite-nite close to his face. With all my talk about what a meddler he is, he really is such a good baby~ he sleeps well, and is so happy to go with the doesn't get much better than that.


  1. I mean really YUMMY! It is so funny how he looks like Harrison (aka Chicken head) but has his own little look to him. I can't believe that your BABY is getting so big-kiss him bunches....and his brothers too!

  2. Hi there - and Merry Christmas to you all! I loved going thru your blog - and seeing all the adorable pictures of the boys. We will have 19 at Dad's tomorrow - we all have our food assignments but he and Aunt Billie have been busy making deserts and will be in charge of the dressing and getting the ham and turducken (or however you spell it!) in the oven. Dad made the four layer coconut cake that his mother (and your grandfather Henry) used to make - this time NOT using real coconut milk from a coconut, but from a can. It is your mom's recipe. I must say his past attempts tasted fine, but looked very pitiful!
    Hello to all at the farm! Billie looks great and is feeling better every day.
    Again, Merry Christmas to you all!
    GreatAunt Jeanne (or something like that)