Saturday, September 15, 2012
Just because I've been doing a horrible job posting pictures of my handsome little man, doesn't mean I'm still not snapping away :-) He smiles so much ... he is rolling over now ... and he likes to "fight" with the bird on his play mat :-) He CONSTANTLY watches his brothers. He pretty much always knows what they are doing. It's obvious he can't wait to join in on the fun.
So, here are some pictures of Chase over the past couple of weeks. He changes more every day!! The one thing NOT changing (so far) are his BLUE EYES. I'm really hoping he keeps those killer eyes!
He's so happy. Such a good baby!!!
I couldn't get him to look at ME, because he was watching his brothers (probably wrestle) ... and he wouldn't look away from them :-)
Always getting kisses from his brothers :-)
So in love!
Don't you just LOVE his eyes?!!!!! Just like his Daddy!!!
(ignore this ... i'll post videos soon)
Love the hair standing straight up!
Already moving OFF the play mat.
Now that he can roll on his belly ... he loves it. And maybe a thumb sucker?! Hoping not. Although it's so super cute :-)
Gosh, Jake has already been in school now for 3 weeks. I'm behind!! :-) It's hard to believe that this time next year, he will be in Kindergarten. What in the world?!
This is now his 3rd preschool in his 2 years of preschool life :-) He's such a trooper - and thankfully such a people person that he has no trouble making friends.
Here he is on his 1st day of preschool before we left. Between Cole and Chase, I wasn't able to get any pictures really in the classroom (it's always crazy the first day anyway), so one of these days, I will. Promise.
Here's my big boy!
TRYING for a serious picture, but sometimes not sure why I even bother :-)
The ONLY person with tears on his first day of school was Cole. Cried all the way home "Jakkke. Mommy, turn around and pick up Jakkkke. Jakkkke."
Even 3 weeks later, Cole greets Jake every day at pick up with a great big hug.
My 3 boys :-)
Here we are in the parking lot, ON time for school. This is as close as I got to taking a picture of him AT school that day.