But not very often. So when he does cry its kinda cute.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
I am thankful for everything! We spent Thanksgiving together - lounging around, watching "The Snowman" and taking a walk to our friends house. The weather was beautiful. We made some food; our mashed potatoes were definitely sub-par, but at least we had turkey candles.
Baby Charles got here just in time for the holiday season. Daddy likes finding all the festivities around town, and Mommy likes dressing Baby Charles up in seasonal garb. :)
When Baby Charles grows up, he wants to be a TubaSanta too.
There was a real-life pirate playing a ukulele.
Reindeer! Don't reach for their heads, said the reindeer lady. Good
Keri and Spencer and Baby Santa
Mmmm, Siam House red curry for dinner . . .
Monday we decorated our Christmas tree (our favorite part is the plastic color-changing angel on top). Don't worry, we are getting another string of lights.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Aunt Glinnea do you remember this bear? Now a whole new generation is playing with him!
This a very important monkey. Baby Charles is mesmerized by this whenever we change his diaper. It helps him take his mind off the discomfort. Thank you Aunt Kathy!
Love, YOUR NEPHEW/GRANDNEPHEW
MEETING THE GRANDPARENTS
You know what they say. A video is worth a thousand pictures. Here is the first-ever video of Charles, just minutes after birth. Mercifully, his mother was not included in the footage...she was getting sewn up at the time, I later found out
To reduce risk of infection, fathers-to-be may want to wear surgical masks during the birth
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Here I am looking thoughtful at a colorful demonstration of how an organ works, which was provided gratis after the conclusion of the performance. Not pictured: there were also free treats in the "green room," which, as I learned from my telecommunications expert-wife, is where the performers wait before they go on stage