Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Fashionably Harrison

Harrison is now gracing the my family's fashion blog, Fashionably Harrison. I like to tell myself that it is named after Harrison himself. I couldn't resist also posting this picture here, as it is undeniably adorable.

Harrison has just learned two important skills, 1) laughing like a human (not just squeaking like a dog toy, which was also very cute and entertaining) and 2) blowing raspberries. Now lest you think Harrison is the perfect child and advanced beyond his months, let me note that he is still struggling to master the tiny and insignificant skill of SLEEP!

Note: Byron did not know what "blowing raspberries" was. If this is not a commonly accepted term, let me know. I will be happy to elaborate in another post.

Here are a couple more cute pictures of Harrison. He had a GREAT time with his uncle Matt who visited last weekend from San Francisco (Matt is also the creator of "Fashionably Harrison"). Harrison is notably more stylish since Matt's visit, so I think we can chalk it up to his influence. Please visit again soon Matty!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Thanks Granny Tanny!

Pictures have returned to the blog, thanks to my mom sending me a CD of some pictures she and Lisa took while Harrison and I were visiting. Now you can see Harrison enjoying his first time in the snow!!

This is Harrison, just taking in some sun before making his first snow angel (with a little assistance.)

Please note Harrison's lovely head control, as he prepares to sled for the first time.

Don't let his sour look confuse you, he LOVED it!!

My mom also got some pics of Harrison with his aunts and uncles, which I was really sad to have lost from my camera. This is Harrison in the arms of uncle physician and aunt attorney (almost). I'm hoping some of their success and brains will rub off on him...

And Harrison LOVED meeting his Aunt Lisa for the first time and playing with her boys!! Asher and Ollier are the CUTEST and I hope Harrison grows up to be just like them!

Asher did tell Lisa that Harrison was approximately number three on the list of people that he loves!!! It is SO fun to see Ollie run around, because he and Harrison are only a couple of pounds apart and almost the same height. So it is pretty surprising to see such a little boy able to run around - this is an action shot.

And, another reason to thank Granny Tanny and Grandpa - they let Lisa and I spend a night on the town while they babysat. This is us pretending that we can keep up with the college kids at "Thoroughly Modern Millie."

Thanks again Granny Tanny and Grandpa (both for the pictures and for the WONDERFUL visit!!)