Monday, August 23, 2010

A Quick Video


Henry Splashes
Originally uploaded by k8izgr8
Henry has figured out how to splash! And I, apparently, have gone stupid in my overuse of the word 'splash'...

8 comments:

Trinity said...

What a cutie! Look at those little legs go! :)

strongblonde said...

omg. i can't believe how TALL he looks!!! :)

tireegal68 said...

Adorable! He's so big! Very cute!

Tara said...

Adorable as always. The boys were mesmerized by the baby in the computer.

the Babychaser: said...

Awesome. He's so very deliberate about it!

PJ said...

That is HILARIOUS! I love it!

Thanks for the tip on connecting the bouncers! I think that will work for mine also.

We have the forest friends take-along swing. So cute! I am amazed by how fast they seem to be outgrowing bouncers and the swing though. What am I going to do!?! LOL!

Next summer, I want to come down there or meet you in Raleigh or something. I think it would be so fun!

Ten weeks, CRAZY! I can't imagine life without them now, and it amazes me that these little people were inside of me. Crazy love. Miricles. So thankful for science...

I'm taking them to the mall today by myself, meeting a friend for lunch, and if all goes well I'm going to shop with them for the first time. Wish me luck!

Serah B. said...

I love the look of concentration on his face: must. make. legs. splash.

sonja said...

Too cute!! My kids are not huge fans of bath time yet. I can't wait til they enjoy it.

Isn't reflux the worst? I feel so bad for the babies, but you can only do so much, you know? We are still dealing with some insurance issues so we haven't filled the Prevacid yet (basically we tried Zantac then Prilosec so quickly back-to-back so the doc has to convince them we need to switch again). The Nutramigen formula has really worked wonders (knock on wood). The gas has been reduce by like 80% I'd say.

I know you say you can't imagine 4, but I think honestly the number of babies you have over 1 is already SO much extra work and stress that it completely consumes you. So you probably feel just like I do with 2 because that's what you know and as a mom you are naturally totally focused on your babies but the addition of another baby (or 3 more haha) automatically means you can't give 100% of your attention to your child. And that just adds a whole extra level of stress. So twins, triplets, or quads, I'd say the emotions are pretty similar.

I just love the pics of your boys next to the teddy bear -- I cannot believe how much bigger they are in just one month!! Amazing!