Favorite food: Milk
Least favorite food: Anything that isn't milk.
Favorite things to learn about: How to smile, and how to watch my toes.
Favorite color: The color of mom.
Best friend: Mom, and anyone else who protects me from my crazy sisters.
Favorite game to play: See if I can convince mom I'm asleep so she puts me down for a nap so I can wake up... and then smile my biggest smile so Mom forgives me.
Favorite thing to do in my spare time: Be held by Mom.
Favorite book: Anything read by Mom.
Favorite movie/tv show: Psych, because Mom holds me while she watches it.
Favorite holiday: Mother's day.
(he is in LOVE with his toes, and will smile and coo at them for at least 10 minutes at a time (eternity in baby time) several times a day. So cute!)
Things I do well: Eat, sleep (at night, not napping), smile and cry.
Thing I need to practice more: Napping.
Favorite place to go: Mom's arms.
Favorite family activity: Being held by Mom and cooing and smiling at her.
Favorite thing about being home: Mom.
Favorite thing to do outside: Ride in the stroller and look at Mom.
Favorite chore: Eating.
Least favorite chore: Napping in my bed.
Favorite song: Anything Mom sings.
What I want to be when I grow up: I don't want to grow up, life is pretty great right now.
Place I really want to go: Anywhere with Mom.
Something I liked about last year: Getting to eat real food.
Something sad that happened last year: Getting evicted from Mom.
What I like to do when I wake up: Eat.
My favorite part of each day: Eating.
My favorite drink: Milk.
My favorite sport or activity: See my favorite game to play, above
Something new I'd like to learn this year: I've got a pretty sweet gig, but walking and playing seems like they might be worthwhile...
Sorry about the massive picture overload, but I just can't resist this face. Leo is such a sweet little baby. He loves to eat, and would pretty much do it all day if I'd let him, but to his dismay, I don't. He's a great baby though--sleeps a solid 8 hours most nights, eats every 2-3 hours during the day, is smiley and happy and talkative after most every
feeding until he's tired, then a few bounces, a pacifier, and a couple bum pats later, he drops off to sleep. So easy. Except he won't sleep for more than 1/2 hour, most likely, which makes accomplishing much of anything fairly difficult. He's worth it, though. I sure do love this sweet baby boy.