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My Cutie Patootie

I used to be able to get him to smile easy as can be, but Tina had to play peekaboo while I maned the camera. Apparently I'm not as interesting or funny as I used to be.

I'm so sad you can't see his little teeth. I love this picture because you can see his two cute little teeth coming in on the bottom.
Close up.
Isaak and Me. I'm wearing my favorite yellow chinese coat.

a super cool aerial shot. Well I like it....

He kept pounding on the pumpkin. I think he liked the noise that it made.

See that face??? I told you he was enjoying the pumpkin pounding. I think he also liked watching Tina and Alicherie.
We went to take some pictures of little Isaak. I tried to cut back which pictures I was going to post, but he's such a cutie. It was really fun even though it was super chilly outside. I need to get this boy some socks. I can hear the Mom's I pass in my head sometimes...is that boy seriously not wearing socks? Where are his shoes? Is that seriously sweet potato all over his face?? Yes I went to the grocery store and forgot to wipe the sweet potato off his face, but I decided it was endearing and not dirty...

Comments

I love the pictures. I thought it was fun how Isaac's orange sweater matches the pumpkins. Oh and I love your yellow Chinese coat. It is so cute! Looks like you two had a lot of fun:)
DottieLou said…
they are very cute pictures... going to do a shoot at the pumpkin patch tuesday if you want to come
The Studes said…
oh my he is getting so BIG!!! lets do something before it gets to cold. I mean lance hasn't even seen Issak yet.

how about the week of halloween maybe a a get to gether at our house.. I will ask around!

miss you!
Tricia Squisha said…
I love love that Jacket! I am still glad you got it. I just read an email on the top 15 things that make china the bomb.com. I wrote it about 3 weeks after we arrived... so funny! Your little guy is so stinkin' cute.... you are the best!
Tina said…
I love your "cutie patootie" and your jacket! These photos are adorable!
Cute pictures of both you and Isaak! I wouldn't worry too much about what other mother's think.... nobody is perfect so why should they be judging, right?
aisy said…
so so so cute. i also love your yellow chinese coat. why have i never seen that before?!?

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