Thursday, April 30, 2009

Jesse is Growing Up

Here I am with Shan's baby and then trying to recreate the same pose with Jesse. As you can see, Jesse just isn't a little newborn these days. Don't these two pics just make you laugh?

And, he is finally getting a little chubby. He has always been off the charts on his height, but because his weight was only average for so long, he was kind of a skinny little fella for awhile. He still spits up like a champion, but something must be staying down now because he's recently become a lot more squeazable. He is such a pleasant little man to have. Seriously, not ever one ounce of trouble. Good boy Jesse.

16 comments:

Perla said...

oh so cute and snuggly and full of sweetness. my baby is going to be like that before i know it, huh? luckily each next stage is so much fun that you can't dread the passing of the last one too much.

Tia Juana said...

Awww, those cheeks are so kissable. I like that he is such a cute baby but you dress him in a shirt that says "Monster".

Kelly said...

So Nance, is your assignment done? My mom and I are heading to that one place next friday...I will call you to meet us but I don't want to disclose the location because a stalker might follow us there. You will have a nice yard...you can do it.

Mandy said...

Nancy, Jesse is so stinking cute and Shan's little one is just as sweet as can be. I really enjoy following you both on the Blogger. Your families are so much fun! Enjoy them every second... :)

Love ya,
Mandy

marzee said...

Cuteness. We were just studying tissues in bio - and I would tickle my kids and say, "I'm gonna get your adipose tissue!" - And then tickle their fat. This worked with Eli - not so much for the big ones (they don't have fat anymore).

Also studying bones - I'd go after bones (tickling) -
"Give me those phalanges!" (toes) or "Got your mandible!" - (chin). Sometimes I would tickle their clavicle - (collar bone) - they giggled and squirmed with it all.

What a crazy Mommy - tickling such crazy things. And FYI - I got an A on the test!

Nancy said...

Good job Marzers!! You act like Biology is so far from your thing and yet look at you -- kicking Biology's rear. And, as you may or may not know, I (in my day) was an Anatomy lab instructor -- teaching all those crazy parts straight off of cadavers to plugged nosed students . . . so hearing you talk of phalanges and the like simply warms my soul.

Nancy said...

Oh, Kell, my assignment isn't really done . . . but it will be by Friday!! Tell me the time!

Krissy-loo said...

Oh so lucky to have a cheerful, easy-going baby. :) We are all so lucky to have our dear cute little guys--just think, when they get older, they'll be like their own little army--probably soldier-boy Finn will be the leader. :)

Krista said...

Man! I hate that they grow up. I miss the tiny little people, but love my kids even more as they've developed into who they are. But the sweet innocent days....waaaah!

jami said...

i can't believe how big he's getting and how very cute he is!! :)

Liz said...

It's hard to imagine that he is that big already. I don't want this last one of mine to grow too fast. I will be very sad indeed.

Mary Elizabeth Liberty said...

thanks for the love nancy, I'm glad I found Shannon's blog as a portal to the rest of your family!

Lover of Sweets said...

Hmmm...seems like your last comment about your son "good boy Jesse" doesn't go so well with the opposing message on his little shirt "Mommy's little monster". I believe your sending a mixed message there, I'm just sayin'.

Jenny said...

Thank you for your nice comments. You also have a great blog. Your children are all very cute, all soo very blonde. The baby is adorable. I still have that desire to have another little one when I see a baby. (I don't know if that ever goes away.) We are full to the max right now, and enjoying it. As for the whole story...I will leave that for Mandy to tell her version. But the children are here, safe, and moving forward in their life and enjoying it.
As for the homeschooling thing, that is so hard to send them away. But too many different grades to teach that I couldn't keep up. But I am keeping all my stuff, in case the time needs be to bring them home again, which I am almost positive will happen again someday.
Have a great day, and keep up your good work with your children. Keep going with them.....the next hardest was 7 for some weird reason, after that you end up with routine and things just flow. They just have to otherwise things would shut down!! :)

Karen said...

He just keeps getting cuter, if that is possible. When you going to let your little tribe hang out over here so you can run? I'm leaving town for about a week, starting Friday....but that's about it. Besides that, we need to hang out.

Screwed Up Texan said...

Thank you for commenting on my post...love the saloon mistress description! I think the entire experience writing and reading and listening to others gave me a new perspective on my pioneer blouse. lol Now if Only I had somewhere special to wear it!

Very precious baby! Everytime I see a little baby, I want one of my own again...then I remember why my carpets look the way they do. I've got three little boys and its an uphill battle it seems to keep my house clean. The carpet in those photos make me jealous! Oh well, snuggle with your little one the most you can!

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