Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Growing Up

19 comments:

  1. *love* Cannot believe he's a big old toddler, already!

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  2. Oh my gosh, I can't believe how big he is! Before you know it, he'll be dragging a suitcase behind him on his way to college. Time truly does fly.

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  3. Loved those pop up rolly things...I think all my kids had them :)

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  4. What a sweet picture!!

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  5. Ha! As I clicked on your blog, my kids ran through with that thing.

    He's so big. Logically I know he's older than LE, but it's still shocking.

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  6. Nancy, tell me about it! He's at that stage where he copies everything I do--even wiping his mouth with a hand towel after we do the tooth brushing at night. So funny, so quirky, so happy. :)

    Kathy, I know! I need to post more pics. It's been toooo darn long. I always joke that he'll be off to college before we know it. Frightening!

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  7. Thanks, Patrice! He's a cutie.

    Jill, LOL! Yes he is. He started walking at about 13 months (now almost 19 months old). He didn't really do a lot of *trying* to walk. He just got up and WENT!

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  8. Patti, they are woooonderful. He's obsessed with it and with a small broom we have. Loves dragging them both around.

    Thank you, Jo! :)

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  9. Lisa, shocking is a good word. I look at him most days and just wonder how it's all gone by so darn fast already.

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  10. Andi, you're breaking my heart with this picture! ;-) The title is perfect. It's amazing how fast kids grow up.

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  11. awwwwwwwwww.... it goes by too fast! Hug him extra!

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  12. Awesome picture! I cannot believe how big he is!

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  13. Aww, look at that sweet little baby tooshie! I wants to give him cuddles!

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  14. Natasha, breaks my heart, too! He's such a sweet little man. So polite, so cute and quirky. So much FUN!

    Thank you, Trisha!

    Amanda, I will! Wish he and Atticus could get together and cause some trouble. lol

    Kelly, he's in the 90th percentile of height for his age group. And he's the 20th percentile for weight. In other words: string bean. I never had that problem. lol

    Heather, very cuddleable, this one. Squishable cheeks too!

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  15. Oh my goodness - what a wonderful photo!!

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  16. This picture is beautiful and also a poignant reminder of how fast that time goes by...

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