Friday, October 15, 2010

Alten in October

We have this great calendar that was given to us at a baby shower for Alten. It is a thirteen-month calendar where you can write down firsts, cute things done, weights and sizes, and paste current pictures. We've done an ok job of recording everything except the photos. To date, we haven't actually printed any of the pictures we've taken of him (though grandparents have). All our copies are stranded on this laptop in front of me, which is already been resurrected once.With this in mind (together with the many friends and family too far away to visit regularly), I'll post as many pictures as I can on the blog :) Because one computer may die, but the web is forever, right?
The top picture shows Alten's first interaction with a cat, specifically Grandpa and Grammy Royer's Sphynx. Our cat here at home will have nothing to do with him.
At left, Alten believes it is time to start solid foods. In this case a ceramic bowl. The scrambled eggs inside weren't apparently all that interesting.
And at right we have Margo and Alten decked out in cool rainy-day garb.











Above is Alten's first soccer ball, with which he is enamored. It was sent as a gift from good friends up north. At left Alten holds Sophie the Giraffe, which is natural latex with food based paints, and has lots of great things to chew on.

On the right is our currently 14 lb 12 ounce boy, no doubt watching the window or the ceiling fan (both of which provide endless fascination).















And last but not least, an action photo. Alten dearly loves chewing on anything that gets close enough, including my chin.










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6 comments:

  1. Never a dull moment! You all look great and Alten is as cute as can be. Love the pictures. Happy October to the R-M clan.

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  2. Yay! He's gotten so big! I LOVE the chin-chewing one. More pictures please! :)

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  3. Yea! :) These are great. And YOU are great!

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  4. P.S. I wonder if I would be allergic to a cat like that. No fur? Does that mean no dander? Kind of ugly though, in my humble opinion. No offense.

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  5. Very ugly, but sweet. Dad got it because it's non-allergenic, and it seems to work for him! I think they're kind of pricey, though...

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  6. Nice. I had always wondered....

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