Tuesday, November 17, 2009

8 Months Old

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Brayden is 8 months old today.  Can you tell he is a happy baby? He pretty much always has a grin on his face.  He loves to say what sounds like “geee”.  He squeals with laughter if you kiss his neck, and the funniest person in the world to him is Colton.  Lately, I have nicknamed him our little inchworm because he hops up on his hands and knees then flops forward onto his tummy, and then hops back onto his hands and knees and flops forward onto his tummy…until he has reached his destination.  He now recognizes Sean’s voice and quickly turns his head in the direction of Sean’s voice whenever he hears it, and then gets all excited when he sees him (which Sean loves!)  As a blessing to me, he loves to hang out in his crib in the morning.  I put a few baby rattles and a little cuddle blanket in there and often I can hear him rattling his toy or making cute baby noises as he lays on his back and relaxes.  Sometimes, if he’s not hungry, he’ll just fall back to sleep.  Probably my most favorite thing is coming into his room in the morning and looking down at him to see his smiling face and to see how happy he is to see me—he’ll kick his legs and flap his arms like he’s a little bird and make his laughing “geeee” sound.  We are so blessed to have our sweet Brayden :)
2009-11-17 8monthsold
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3 comments:

Serinster dot net said...

how cute! yay!

Jamie said...

He sure is a cutie! Yea for angel babies!

Sharla said...

So cute! Man he is growing up fast! I just love sweet babies!

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