Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Important lesson


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For 2007 I want to teach Max how to perfect "pull my finger".

18 comments:

kelly said...

That is just too cute!!!

Sandy said...

Man y'all look like y'all are having a great time!!!

kalki said...

A noble goal indeed.

Lauren has a great laugh.

Jeff said...

Too cute. Excellent start to the new year.

LoisLane said...

He is absolutely adorable. :)

teri said...

Can I come to dinner? I want to join the fun.

platypus said...

The giggles of a young child are guaranteed to make everyone else giggle too. Even when they're sitting at their desk, reading blogs secretly...

Ortizzle said...

Teaching a little manual dexterity, eh?

kimmyk said...

He's so adorable. How can ya not start laughing? It's contagious.

Stacie said...

seriously...if you could find a way to bottle that kid up..you'd make a fortune. His laugh is SOOOO cute! He gets it from his mom I think!
Happy New Year Bill, Lauren, Maxfield,& Wyatt Blue!

nadia said...

That is so adorable. His laugh is too precious. i hope the happiness and joy that emanate from his squeals of laughter follow him throughout his life.

Nilbo said...

You have successfully taught him to touch a woman's boob and giggle. His social education is now complete for the next 15 years or so. Good job.

TBG said...

My brother taught us wet willies and whats that. Always fell for it too!

too cute!

Kami said...

You guys are teaching him very valuable lessons, indeed.

Just Plain Jane said...

That is a cute video! I taught my daughter (unfortunately) to blame other people for her 'toots' Of course now she always blames me. :(

Question if you get to read this- how did you do the heading up on the top?I love it and am trying to figure out how to put my own 'banner' on there. Great site! I'll be back

Johnny Smoke said...

I couldn’t agree more that “pulling one’s finger, wet willies and “what’s that on the front of your shirt?” are all important lessons to learn at an early age. I would also add knowing such phrases as “say it, don’t spray it”, “I know you are, but what am I” and “the one who smelt it, dealt it”

GypsyMommy said...

Fantastic! We haven't taught Amberielle wet willies yet, but during Christmas, my uncle taught her noogies... the gift that just keeps giving!

t-bird said...

I watched the clip a few times with my 2 1/2 year old son. Only because it was bedtime was I able to pull him away from asking for it again. He laughed that great little kid laugh right along with Maxfield. Too cute!

(love the blog by the way. long-time lurker)