"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Friday, December 21, 2007

Up To Some New Tricks

It's been a while since I posted any pics of my grandson. He's becoming quite a little monkey with all of his new skills. Just in a matter of two weeks he has learned how to sit up by himself, pull himself up to stand and crawl around thus keeping me on my toes for his safety. We play patty cake and peek-a-boo, read books together and coo back and forth to each other. I love being a grandmother. Last night he got reacquainted with grandpa ... seems afterwards they both needed to change their pants ;) Jacob is such a little squirt.


Amrita said...

He 's so cute, a poster boy we 'd call him. In the first picture he looks the cutest. i could play with all the day and baby sit him everyday without charge...the pleasure would be mine.

Amrita said...

He should star in Baby 's Day Out Part 2

Mrs. Mac said...

Amrita, I sure could use an extra pair of hands, feet, and eyes to keep up with him ... now if you only lived a few countries closer, eh? ;)

Pat said...

Such a big boy! He's so cute, so tell me....how hard it is to resist kissing him non-stop? I wouldn't even try to resist, and I'm sure you don't either! Do it now cuz when there as big as my grands, it's only a memory!

Jim said...

He is all right, MM! I worry about him a little, does he have an extension cord inn his hand?
At first I thought they both were little squirts, then I figured it out. :-)
BTW, your new template comes right in, the other I could go reheat my coffee and it would just be finishing when I got back.
You probably had too many add-ons. I pitied the poor dialup users back then.

Mrs. Mac said...

Jim ... I didn't change anything but the template ... sorry for your cold coffee ... yes, I too pity poor dial up users (having been one for a time this spring) ... it appears the baby has his auntie's employment swipe card with a lanyard attached. I keep extension cords away ... at least I try ;)

Anonymous said...

The first picture is priceless. Who could resist a child like that? Signed another gramma :-)

Constance said...

WOW! He's really cute! They do seem to acquire new skills all at once! I told my daughter when our first grand-daughter was born,

"They will never grow as much in their whole lifetime as they will this first year! From this point on, you are teaching them how to eventually leave you".

Kind of depressing actually, sorry.

Glad you are excited about the jello! If someone else reads this, they're going to get a puzzled look on their face!

Merry Christmas to all of you!

MarmiteToasty said...

He is a GORGIOUS......