Monday, November 29, 2004

Me and my lower lip

Sometimes I try to see how my lower lip feels. I even try to make sure that it doesn't taste funny. When I do this, everybody thinks I am trying to make faces at them or to pretend being philosophical. It is just one of the many trials of infancy. Fun to do and fun to watch.

Friday, November 26, 2004

My first snow

Everybody is complaining about the cold weather in Ithaca, but I am really glad that I could see my first snow in my whole life so far at such an early date. Yes, it was November 9th when my dad and I ventured forth into the cold weather with no socks on and asked my Mom to take this photo for you to see. I was not cold.

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Sleeping on flowers

I sleep with outstretched hands. Do all infants do that? It is more comfortable, I think. I hate it when my hands are under a blanket or cover. I kick around until the blanket is totally away from me.
Oh, have you noticed the new hair growth on my head?

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Ithaca's Farmers' Market

Here I am with my Mom at the local Farmers' Market in Ithaca. It was a good day, and I enjoyed watching the people and the fresh fruits and vegetable. It is a shame that I can't eat any of them, yet. In this photo I am wearing my warm and stylish Baseball jacket.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Pea in the pod

I forgot to show up in my Halloween costume earlier. How do you like the green color? Please notice that my pacifier is green too. The party was at Bill's house, and my dad did not have a costume. We are both looking at a globe with electric sparks in it. It was fun.

Monday, November 15, 2004

Going out

I may be a baby, but I go out quite often with my parents. I do so while lying on my comfortable car seat that fits onto a rather huge stroller. Here I am in Collegetown Bagels in Ithaca having some social time with the World.

Friday, November 12, 2004

An infant's sense of style

Have you noticed the different baby outfits out there? They are really cute, aren't they? And they have cute names too: onesies, layettes, buntings... My only concern is that they sometimes tend to be quite unrealistic. I mean, have you even thought how it feels to wear a tight overall that covers from your neck down and doesn't even allow you to see your toes (and have to wear a diaper underneath it as well?!!). I have expressed my feelings against this sort of clothing from day one, and happily my mom soon found out what is wrong and got rid of them. I am even allowed to wear real guy's clothes sometimes, like in this photo.
Look, we may not look like fully grown human beings yet, but we do have a good sense of what kind of a person we are going to be, and we do like to be dressed appropriately. If you want to know "my" sense of style: a pair of jeans, a corduroy jacket and a plaid shirt. Man, do I look like a man!
PS. It seems that I have already outgrown the clothes you are seeing on picture. No problem though. I am thinking of attending my first black tie event soon. Stay tuned.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Running on air!

So much has happened in the past few weeks that I don't know from where to start. I can now roll over (since two weeks ago), sit unassisted for a few seconds (since last week), and I am now four and a half month old. We are planning to go to Washington, DC for the Thanksgiving. This will be my first trip to the Capital. I will not be seeing any government officials in this trip. And I saw my first snow two days ago. This it Ithaca!