Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Forgiveness

I think that Indiana has forgiven me for my role in his shots today. I was the lucky one that got to hold him down. His dad claimed that he had been the one to do the dirty work last time, which made it my turn in the sharing of parental duties. I wonder if I can use that line next time I smell a toxic Diaper!?!

At any rate, I wandered into his room when I heard him chattering after his nap. I found a smiling, chattering, yakity, goofy boy standing up inside his crib. I know I should have some humility, I know that I should. BUT, look at that face!!

8 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Indy is just about the most delicious baby I've ever seen...and what a WONDERFUL Photo...This must lift your heart every time you see him smiling like he is in the picture....

And by the way, I LOVED your Hepburn reference re: The Cactus Type plant!....

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh yes, and I'd love to be in your links list if you are of a mind to do that! (I still don't get how to put a link in at all!...too much for my little brain! lol)

mar said...

Just adorable! more than words can say. How wonderful that you could capture that in a pic!

ribbiticus said...

you're lucky to have such a happy baby! cuteness! :)

men-a-men said...

Hi Chris,

Bedankt voor het reageren op mijn vraag! Het is mij nu helemaal duidelijk! De situatie waar u het over heeft had mijn moeder het ook over. Maar zij dacht dat dat al zo ver was. Nou als ik nog eens wat heb kom ik graag weer terug.
Leuke foto van jullie zoon, die is vrolijk!
Nogmaals bedankt!

Gr. Men

Hi Chris

Thanks for responding on my question. It’s all clear now. The situation you were talking about is what my mother said, only she thought that it was already a fact.
If I’ll have another question I’ll come back to you if you don’t mind.

Nice picture of your son, he looks happy!
Thanks again!
Bye.. Men

Claire said...

What a great picture of your son!

Miss Kitty said...

I'm a little biased in favor of my niece and nephew, but I have to say that Indiana is one of the cutest babies I've ever seen. His smiles are so full of joy.

McSwain said...

That is not the face of a guy who's holding a grudge. ;-)