Sunday, July 27, 2008

More Pictures

Here are just a few more shots of Luke's 15th and 16th weeks. He's getting to be so much fun. Sometimes (well, most of the time, really) he's a little too independent for his own good. Or, at least for my good. He's just not very cuddly because he's too interested in looking at the world around him. But, it's fun to watch him accomplish new things every day. I'm so glad that I get to be with him.



Luke chillin' out on the blanket that Aunt Jodi got for him.



Our happy boy showing off his dimples. Right before...


Gotta love those action shots! I laughed so hard when I took this picture (totally by accident, but still). Kinda gross, too.



Luke and his cousin, sleeping it off while the parents played a game of Settler's of Catan. They did this two nights in a row and it was SO cute.



This is one of my favourites. This is Luke and Andrew this past Sunday. Luke is wearing a shirt that belonged to his Daddy. It actually says "I love Daddy." It was one of several items of clothing that Gramma gave us for Christmas last year. I was too excited to get Luke into it. I can't wait until he fits into the "I love Mommy" one!



I love this boy! He is SO sweet... most of the time. :) He's looking forward to meeting his Canadian relatives in just about a week. Then he can show his shirt off in person.

7 comments:

GrammaMack said...

So cute! We can't hardly wait!

Anonymous said...

He's a sweetie...thanks for the updates!

Anonymous said...

Uncle Jonny can't wait. We will be over Sunday morning (consider it a warning, lol) I took care of the leaf hat thing too eh. Beauties!

samuel said...

Luke is looking very cute these days. I hope he enjoys himself in the great land of Canada, home of curling and excellent snipers and so much more.

Hopefully he will learn to stand on guard with the other stalwart Candians of noble character.

gina said...

i am finally caught up on all your new posts and pics. you're doing such a great job with the blog! i could have done without the spit up picture, but hey, timing is everything, isn't it?

rebecca said...

Thanks all! Gina- sorry about the spit-up pic! If I was in your shoes I wouldn't appreciate it much either. :)

We can't wait to get to Canada! Lots of relatives to meet...

eleilia said...

I want to play settlers while I am home next month. Someone that my children are related to better want to as well. I haven't played a good game since Idaho. I had no idea that you guys were playing. Oh and Luke is growing so fast. Love Ya,