There hasn't been a lot going on in the last week or so. But for some reason I feel like there is so much to post that I don't know where to begin. I guess it really was a crazy week. We started off the week with Ricky's bedroom floor flooding. And after 3 days of people in and out of the house we finally got the bottom of that problem.
I suppose that the reason I feel like there is so much to post is due to the amazing growth of William in the last 2 weeks.
I feel like there is so much to share about William(as always). This child is changing daily. Growing so fast! He is constantly making new discoveries. Life around here is much different as compared to a couple of months ago, even a couple of weeks ago.
It used to be all about feeding, changing and putting him down for naps. Now it is all about PLAYTIME!
He really likes to be on the floor with toys. A major development is that he started rolling from his back to his tummy. (videos to come)
It is really funny too to see how the dogs are starting to really notice him. Actually it is only Game that even cares about his existence.
He is really cute with. When William is playing on the floor, if Game is in the mood to play he will go find his teddy bear and push it against the baby, try to nudge him.
Other times he comes over as close as a he can and lays down right beside him. He likes to sneak in a few kisses too.
This is definatley one of the funniest pictures from this week. I guess back time isnt just fun for babies.
On to more "playtime" news......
I mentioned to Shea last week that I thought William would enjoy a jumpy thing (cant think of the name). And Shea in all of his wonderfulness went out and got him one. He wasn't exactly convinced that William would even use....but William took care of that. We pulled one off the shelf in the middle of the store and put him in it. He went nuts!! So that was all the selling that Daddy needed. He will do anything to make that baby's face light up.
It has become the main source of entertainment around here. (for the grown-ups too)
The first night he had it, he played and jumped constantly, until he literally couldn't play anymore.