Thursday, February 08, 2007

For my seven month birthday, Ma cut out of work a bit early and took me to the playground to swing.

I could get really into this swinging thing.

Playing with the sun spots...if I could only catch them...

Just chillin' in my new spider man sunglasses and chewin' on the remote. What a cool life I live.

Monday, February 05, 2007

In the vein of "better late than never", I am posting pics from a 40 mile bikeride Angus and I did last Sunday with Al and Matt Byman and Justin. It is called the Frost Ride - and it lived up to it's name. At the start, it was 36 degrees with winds blowing 15 to 20 degrees out of the north. Of course, the first 20 miles were mostly going north, so we froze our patooties off. Our hands were so cold and our feet numb, but the whole group finished with bells on, eventually. This is the torture we put ourselves through so that we can (kind of) enjoy the MS150 ride in April. It least it will be 50 degrees warmer, if not more, then!

Justin looking snazzy in his new jersey. Not sure anyone BUT Justin could rock this one.

Al and I checking the map to see just how much longer the ride this point, we were over half way, but still a long way to go.

Angus sailing through the finish line. Whoo-hoo!

FAHP crossing the finish line! Now it's time to eat.

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Mom tried a new veggie - carrots. My buddy Liam loves these things, but I'm not so sure. I spat most of them out - blah!

OK, enough already!

So, back to rice cereal. Still messy, messy, messy! Even in my eyelashes.

Aunt Peggy sent me a new gift today - a highchair! Mom thought it might be a lot of work for a Thursday night, but she worked through it and believe it or not, got the highchair together and me in it for a quick rice cereal bite before bed. I watched intently from afar. (note - I can now push myself backwards in the crawling position, just not forwards)

Who's stylin' now? This highchair even has lights to keep me occupied while mom makes my complicated dishes. Thanks Peggy - I love it!

Just because I'm in my new cool highchair doesn't mean that I won't make a mess! Mom, this is what bibs are for...

Today we went to Allison, Matt and Luke's house so the grown-ups could ride bikes. Allison's friends babysat us. We had fun playing with Luke's toys - and you thought I had a lot of toys. I checked out Luke's pooper-saucer, and yes, it works like magic too.

Luke had a walker and he showed me how he "gets around." It was pretty cool to see him go.