Monday, September 14, 2009

learning curve

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While using your two pointy little bottom teeth to gnaw on things is usually quite entertaining, it kind of ruins the fun when the gnawed-on objects turn out to be your own index fingers.

24 comments:

Azaera said...

Aww he's so cute!

angie said...

I had to learn that one the hard way too. So cute.

Aite said...

I can't help but smile.

Very useful to use one's own fingers, not someone else's - better feedback mechanism that way, and probably safer for everyone.

areyoukiddingme said...

Ouch! I hope he doesn't stay in the learn through experience way of life...it's easier the other way.

Anonymous said...

Could that possible be Cole? Where has the time gone? Precious and quick as a whip, like his mom.

allypally

Julia said...

Ouch.
But thank you for the comic relief in the middle of an otherwise stressful morning/day.

Very cute. And as cliche as it sounds-- wow, he's big!

Virginia said...

Darling little boy!

slouchy said...

hahahahah! and ouch.

Beruriah said...

So snuggleable.

Calliope said...

so so effing cute. & cracking up as we are learning similar life lessons over here.
am so behind on the blog world but just caught up with the epic things that have been going on in your world. holy shit about your sister. I will be thinking of her and hoping that she continues to recover. And the other stuff- well there is lots of love for you. So much.
now...back to this photo- adorable defined.

painted maypole said...

oh, he's getting so big! adorable!

Kristin said...

Yeouch! He's such a cute little guy.

Sarah said...

oh my gosh how did he get all growed up already?!

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful head he has.

Aunt Becky said...

NOW you tell me. NIOBE, why did you wait until TODAY?

My Reality said...

Awwww! He is so cute!

missedconceptions said...

Or does it just enhance the fun? Really?

Sara said...

ADORABLE.

edenland said...

Wow. He's so big, and gorgeous!

I totally agree with anon .... he really does have a beautiful shaped head. A woman once said that to me about my first son, I thought it a strange thing to say ... but realised that he does indeed have a great head.

afteriris said...

What a beauty! I do love a nose wrinkle on a small child, it makes me think of puppies for some reason.

Amelie said...

True enough. And he's so cute.

leanne said...

Beautiful photo. Beautiful boy.

excavator said...

I just love little baby heads

Bon said...

he's a beautiful boy.