The scene as I left for trivia tonight. Sorry to be missing out on family dinner!
Our friend Becky and her son, Eamon, were back in town today, giving Miles a chance to reconnect with his young friend. The two last met on Easter, and it's really incredible to see how much they've both grown since then. What's equally unbelievable is Miles's penchant for being a complete goober. However, if there's … Continue reading Year 2, Day 215
The face when you keep taking your shoe off and you know it's driving your mother crazy.
How much does Miles love cottage cheese? Like Pooh Bear loves honey, that's how much.
We've finally reached a point where Miles will tolerate having sunglasses put on his face. And of course he's a complete hambone about it.
An after-hours function kept me at work a little late tonight, which meant missing out on picking Miles up and getting our usual ride home together. Any dismay I felt over this was erased the second I arrived home tonight though, as I walked through the door and was immediately greeted by Miles, who smiled, … Continue reading Day 333
With the holidays and our babysitter's travels across Europe, it's been a few weeks since Miles has seen his Tuesday night caretaker. As I've mentioned before, his reaction to seeing his babysitter tends to be a mixed bag. He's come to recognize her appearance in his life with a sense of existential dread -- quickly … Continue reading Day 324
It's interesting seeing the little tics and tendencies Miles picks up as he becomes increasingly aware of his environment and routines. One of my favorite recurring behaviors happens every single morning when I put Miles in his car seat. The second his butt hits the seat, before I can even get his strapped in, Miles … Continue reading Day 250
This popped up in my Google photos a couple days ago. It's amazing to see just how much this little guy has grown so far! And the picture on the left is only from June!