Sunday, October 14, 2007


They wobble, and they do fall down. But it seems like just a matter of time before our two little guys are walking. Will spends a lot of his time standing up and holding on to things with one hand.Nate's no slouch, either. He'll hold on to something, then see how far out he can get without letting go.They actually let go and test their balance quite often, but I don't have any pictures of that, so here's Will and Nate looking cute.I'm not all that anxious for them to start walking. It's tough enough to keep track of them now. Once they can run in opposite directions when we take them out of the car... I don't even want to think about that. Let's just say the leashes have been ordered.

In other news, we're still trying to figure out what to do with the boy's hair. It's getting a little out of control. When their granddad was in town, we trimmed a little off the back so at least they wouldn't have mulletts. But they squirm around so much, it's hard to get near them with anything sharp. But something must be done, Nate is starting to develop "Ralphie" hair.I guess if we wait long enough, they'll have Beatles haircuts. And that's no so bad. Everyone loves the Beatles, right?

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At 5:55 pm, Blogger Ellen said...

You might want to order a set of helmets with those leashes. I'm always wishing I had one for my boy. It's painful to see their little noggins hit everything once they're up and about! Sure are cute boys.

At 7:23 am, Blogger imitate said...

Seriously. Still can't tell them apart. But that doesn't stop my lips from taking on "kissy lips" form and wanting to kiss all over their cute little heads! Oh, and at least they HAVE hair. Some kids don't, you know.

At 8:27 am, Blogger thirdworstpoetinthegalaxy said...

I think mop hair looks cute on little kids. So I say let it grow...


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