Thursday, January 26, 2012

Smiley boy

A year ago, we were only just getting used to the idea that this little chap would be joining the family. Indeed, we didn't know that he was going to be a chap. Now look at him - he's finding his feet in more ways than one.
What a smiley boy. I hope that he retains his sunny disposition. Meantime I take every opportunity to cuddle him. One of those years, he may not be so amenable to this.
This afternoon, he and I went out for a walk. He chatted a lot. Mainly he said, "Aaaaa."

10 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

He's SOOOO cute Isabelle. He looks like his Granny ;-D. Did K make his cute little sweater?

Rosemary Riveter said...

He is remarkably cheerie! My cousins' baby was born close to him and is decidedly mellow-and-happy, but your grandbaby looks like he's saying "wheeeeee!" in lots of his photos.

Tell daughter 1 he is causing a lot of clanging.

VioletSky said...

awwww

the veg artist said...

I just love the fact that now you are BOTH retired, you can enjoy him every moment his mother can spare him! I was an auntie when I was 8, and have 8 nieces and nephews, and know just how quickly they grow out of the cuddle stage!

Ann said...

What a joy he is... and it's just crazy the way time flies! Seems like he just arrived yesterday. Thanks for visiting, Isabelle. :)

Amy said...

Now that Mr. L is home full time I can see by the shortness of this post we will see less of that sunny boy as you will be too busy having fun with him. I hope he has lots of brothers/sisters and cousins to keep all in hectic happiness!

libby said...

He's gorgeous.....I would love to pick him up and munch him!

herhimnbryn said...

Handsome boy. Love his knitted jumper!

Jennifer said...

He'll be a neanderthal teenager one day......so make the most of his gorgeous little boy-ness!

Isabelle said...

No, Thimbleanna, the stripy jumper was made by a Ravelry friend of Daughter 1.

And Grandson is not going to be a Neanderthal teenager, Jennifer!