Sunday, November 14, 2010

Week 42 November 8th-14th

Another week in the books.  A note about my Quasimoto crawling...Mommy noticed that my head is actually more than just big, it's holding a smart brain in there.  When I'm at Grandma and Grandpa's house, I "crawl" using my head.  Hey, it's carpeted so it's soft.  When I'm at home though, I don't rest/drag my head on the floor at all.  I guess I've fallen enough to learn and remember that our hardwood floors at home HURT!  Here's a video of me crawling at home.

Here I am totally relaxing with Daddy after my morning bottle.

Now that I'm more mobile, I get into more things.  Hmm...I can't decide what I'm going to play with.

I recovered rather well from that busy weekend.  My parents were surprised that I slept well, even with the time change. That didn't last long though.  For some reason, I've been waking up crying in the middle of the night the last two nights.  Daddy thinks I may be teething again, though I won't let my parents check my mouth.

I have an oatmeal mustache.  

We had our monthly get-together on Saturday.  I got to play with Zach!  He's such a great guy...sharing with me and hugging me.

Mommy was making me laugh here so Auntie Rita took some pictures.

What are YOU looking at?

Here I am about to crawl.

Daddy wanted to take a picture of our feet.  I can't believe how small my foot is compared to his!

This was my first time in the shopping cart and it was a lot of fun!

As a result of our shopping trip, we got some big bins.  Check me out!

Although this week was much quieter than the last one, we still were able to see some friends.  I like it mellow.  Hopefully I'll be sleeping better these next few nights.


  1. Elliot, I miss you already. Please put up more videos of you. I like watching you crawl and yell at mommy and daddy. Come and play with Alyssa again. Love you.

  2. Zach had a blast playing with you too! He thinks you're adorable and he was happy to help button you up in your PJ's. Can't wait for the next time!

  3. Yes, pretty soon he will be walking we will find ourselves thinking 'how did he do that so fast? We turned away just for a second.' Loving every moment of him!

  4. What a smart boy. Go, Elliot, go!