Most of my time is spent being carted around to places that are mainly for my brother's benefit, but this past weekend Mom took me out to spend time with the girls. I got to meet some of Mom's good girlfriends from high school, namely Summer who lives in L.A. and has been one of Mom's closest friends for 16 years. I was super smiley that afternoon and really enjoyed the girl time.
Me with Summer
Summer's mom and another of Mom's h.s. friends, Becca
Aunt Mary's mom, Pam.
Mom thought I was dressed extra cute that day so here is a better photo of my cute outfit. :)
Here I am with my brother. He's pretty fun too. :)
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
I am now four weeks old. Can you believe it? I don't know where the time has gone, but I know I've had a good first month. I've had lots of visitors and have been out doing some fun things, but since I sleep through most of it (and Mom is often sleepy and hardly ever remembers her camera), I don't have a lot of photos to document these occasions. However, we do have a few photos for you. Mostly there are of me with my family.
Jonah likes holding me and I like him pretty well too.
We like to lounge around quite a bit when at home.
Jonah also helps me get through tummy-time. Sometimes I even fall asleep.
My great grandma Dyk came to visit this week. She lives in Turlock, CA and decided to come up for a funeral and stopped off to visit me and the rest of the fam.
Here I am with my friend, Jameson. His sister, Kate, and my brother, Jonah, are best friends. I suspect Jameson and I may become good friends too.
Can you see a smile on my face in this last photo? Mom's seen it a few times now. :)
Everyone thinks I'm a good baby. I was a good eater right from the start and only get Mom up twice a night. I even give her a good 4-5 hour stretch at the beginning of the night. Jonah and I are getting along well, though I think he wishes I was old enough to play trains with him. Someday... For now I will keep doing what I do best, eating, sleeping and lounging around.
Posted by Dave Dyk at 4:12 PM