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Friday, July 03, 2009

Happy 4th

"Ethan can laugh but he can't talk yet." Then Ethan smiled and Elijah added "See, his eyes are laughing!"


We've been home for just over a week now Ethan has been such a happy little guy! He's been content to sit in his chair or lay in his tummy while we are in the room or i'm making dinner. His big brother Elijah hardly lets him out of his sight. Right now he has climbed into Ethan pack n' play and is laying next to him and they are laughing together.

When Geoff gets home Ethan smiles and coos and can't take his eyes off of his daddy. It's really sweet.

He's finally starting to sleep better. He slept through the night again last night. Thank you, God!

I've had a couple people tell me they can't get on my blog some times. One thing you can try if you are having this problem is to clear your browser history and delete your cookies. If any one else has had this problem and knows how to fix it please let me know!

My blog posts are automatically posted on Facebook too so if nothing else you can view them on there.

I hope you all are enjoying your 4th of July! Enjoy some fireworks for me!

6 comments:

Lauren said...

That is the SWEETEST quote by your older son at the top of this post! I just love the way children think and express things. :o)

Brittany Ann said...

I love that Elijah notices that he laughs with his eyes! Out of the mouths of babes! What adorable photos and praise the lord for Little E sleeping through the night! I miss you all!

McFadden Family said...

can I just say "Adorable"? since you brought it up, how do you make your blog posts post to facebook automatically?

Mrs. Rabe said...

Those photos of Ethan are awesome! So, so special!

Yeah, how do you get your blog posts to post automatically on FB?

Randi Troxell said...

sweet sweet photos... and thats so cute what elijah said about his eyes smiling!

Irish Mammy said...

Beautiful photos you really have an artist's eye! Thanks for your comment over at my blog and for voting for me! How sweet!

I hope to learn from your two little men's interactions so that I can make our transition to a family of four smoother :-)

Welcome home to Ireland!