Friday, March 13, 2009

February Recap, Part 4: Flatulent Baby

First of all, happy birthday to my beautiful, wonderful wife! This post is for you!

Inen started blowing raspberries on his mom. This is quite possibly one of the funniest things ever. I have way too much fun blowing raspberries on his little tummy, and it seems he's picked up the habit, blowing raspberries on Mommy. Now that he knows how to create mirth for all around him, what else does he need to learn? My job here is done.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

February Recap, Part 3: Giggly Baby

Inen laughs. I love it. Inen laughing is the best thing in the world. When he laughs, it's like the world's problems melt away, the sky becomes bright and sunny, and my insides get all warm and squishy. Here's a little bit of Inen heaven for your enjoyment:

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

February Recap, Part 2: Sick Baby

This last month both Inen and Korie got sick for nearly 2 weeks. (See this post for a snippet of what that entailed.) During that time, poor Inen lost his voice. We have the pitiful and heart-rending video here:

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

February Recap, Part 1: Munchy Baby

I've got a bit of catching up to do for the month of February. The pictures in the February slide show aren't as numerous or as representative of the last month as they could be. Since I managed to take a good amount of video, however, I feel the need to supplement last month's slide show with a few movies. So this is part 1 of a four part series illustrating Inen's first February.

This last month Inen started on solid food! Yay! This is such a fun milestone, and I love feeding this little man. So here for your enjoyment is a (lengthty) video of the first time Inen had solid food. (Just rice cereal, for those who are wondering.)

Monday, March 9, 2009

Inen's first February

Oops! Sorry folks, I forgot to post this earlier. Here it is once again, the latest month in review, Inen's first February.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Future Football Player?

I frequently joke with Korie that Inen will end up playing football, because she hates the idea of her son participating in a sport that lends itself so easily to injury. (I don't blame her, but it's fun to tease anyway.) Could the moment caught on video below be a portent of future football exploits? You decide.