No text, just pictures. Maybe some captions if I feel gumptious.
Slightly blurry, super spikey
You’ll see alot of him in that onesie – he was ON POINT that day in terms of photogenetics (photogenesis? photogenics?)
Got this one morning in NY when I was in a bad mood. Bad mood begone!
Making a call on the Footphone (no relation to the Foot-TM)
Anyone who says their kid is the cutest one ever, I’m not going to say you’re wrong. I’m just going to say I would want to have a contest between yours and mine for fear of your feelings getting hurt. This is an unwieldy caption.
It has come to my attention that I have not updated anything in quite a while. This will be text-only, pictures will come soon. Hopefully some movies.
> Landen is back to 100%. He had caught a bug right when I was about to leave for the east coast – in fact, the night I got in I was out with friends when I got a call that he was in the hospital. UGH! It’s one thing to have a sick child, it’s another entirely to have one and be 2500 miles from him. It didn’t seem so serious that I had to fly home, so Ash and family nobly watched after him. A few days of minimal eating, then staggering in some more regular food, and as of this past weekend he was back to normal. He is about as happy and playful as I’ve ever seen him.
> He can now sit up completely on his own. We have found that if he’s on a bed with a pillow behind him, he’ll fall over just becuase he likes it. He also likes getting hit on the head softly with a soft frisbee that B.O.B. and K.I.T. got for him. He thinks it’s the funniest thing ever. Hopefully some movies of that will get up.
> Ash and I are also healthy, if not a bit tired, and it’s good to have a family unit again.
> The east coast trip was fantastic, although overbooked. I got to see Susan in a rare NJ appearance, got to eat the BBQ of a lifetime at the Stus, saw a bunch of good friends for a mini-bachelor party for me, played in a poker tournament (AJ loses to A10? What is this, online?), played the Jersey Jam (hopefully a write-up about that soon too), and just had as good a time as I could without a beautiful wifey and adorable child to come home to.
> Go Mark Buehrle.
> Alisha and Scott roll into town next weekend. It’s nice to have friends “so close” (within a 7 hour drive for Scott, and only two enormous states away for Alisha.)
If there’s any greater agony as a parent than hearing the inconsolable cries of your child as he’s teething, I don’t want to know what it is.