See? They’re still alive.

16 09 2008

Monday was Karen’s first day back at work, and my first day home with the (rug) rat pack.  When she came home she announced with relief “You didn’t choke the older two and you didn’t starve the younger two!”

That’s my girl.  Always feeding my ego.  

Photo credit: Jonathan.


9 09 2008

“Move over Ben, I can’t see the game!”

“Make me.”

Round 1: Feeling each other out

2 09 2008

Nathaniel likes to be held.  All the time.  But one day last week we set him down beside Ben for a while so they could get to know each other.  Nate was very taken with Ben, and was doing all sorts of messing with him.  Ben is used to being messed with (he’s got big brothers you know), so he took it in stride, all the while bopping Nate on the head with his forearm.

Out and about

25 08 2008

This is the new double stroller given to us at Karen’s baby shower.  Note that Ben’s feet are on Nathaniel’s foot rest, making him rock.

See? He’s not so bad.

19 08 2008

Ben’s even willing to share the swing with Nathaniel.  

For a minute or two.

Before you ask, yes he has long toes.

12 08 2008

Their first group activity

5 08 2008

Baby? What baby?

29 07 2008

This is the first in a new series I’m doing.  It’s very similar to a Wordless Wednesday, but since I now have two babies at home I’m calling it Twosday Tuesday. (Get it? I thought of it all by myself.)  I even made a new category for it so if you click on that you can see all the entries and feel yourself become happier as you gaze at the incredible cuteness.  This series will focus on the dynamic relationship between Benjamin and Nathaniel.  In this picture we’re in the “I’m gonna ignore it until it goes away” phase of the relationship.