Daddie gave Aiden a hair cut.
And a trim the 3 subsequent nights after.
How handsome he does look with his haircut.
Showing off some acrobatic tricks on his “bike”
Grandma sure enjoyed the performance during facetime.
He definitely loves showing off.
But just to be on the safe side, he’s got to check where his feet are at!
TV or stairs?
Aiden finally has the concept of “brushing hair”
Or asking you to brush his hair.
Before he would stick it in his mouth.
Daddie noticed that Aiden is teething still.
That’s why his shirt is so wet.
His kisses are super wet too.
New style of riding his bike!
I guess it’s easier to get on this way.
Time for writing practice.
Whose phone is better?
He just can’t seem to decide.
He is making sure nobody will take either phone from him.
Oh the debates that go through his head!
What a strange face he is making!
Did he just notice the photographer?
Back into his focused thoughts again..whatever that may be.
Sometimes we wonder what goes on up there.
Finally ready to be back in the living room.
Now he is going in and out without any problems.
No wonder he is feeling so happy.
Sometimes he likes to pull the crib so that you can’t get to him.
Follow me Mommie!
Now he wants to be held.
Love those arms so wide open!
What’s that weird face on TV?
Aiden is definitely more interesting than what’s on television.
And he knows it too!
I just wish he would watch out where he’s going…or what he steps on.
Sometimes he gets so excited he can’t stay on his two feet.
I’m so afraid he will get into a screaming stage soon.
He is into “talking on the phone” now.
I’m pretty sure he picked this up from the teachers at day care.
Sometimes he will put only his hands to his ears, as if he were talking on the phone.
But he’s been doing something that irritates me, biting his books.
Books are for reading, not for eating.