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February 20, 2008

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Tsoniki

Too sweet.

yaiAnn

Awww, so sweet! He is becoming a big boy now! I just hope the growth spurt doesn't lean out his cheeks for a while. I love those things!

gleek

wow, a binky and thumb habit? that's one multi-talented kid :) yeah, the peanut went through a growth spurt too recently. all of a sudden, her pants are more like shorts! i really need to buy more clothes. max is such a sweet and beautiful baby. you are a lucky mama!

the fabulous adventures of sarah

I love to hear all about your little one and your adventures together. Your journey is amazing.

Also, "uncle" William is hot.

the fabulous adventures of sarah

I love to hear all about your little one and your adventures together. Your journey is amazing.

Also, "uncle" William is hot.

maitresse

so the baby yoga thing really works? I'm a big fan of adult yoga but have a very vague idea of what it might mean to an 11 month old...

The Bold Soul

Ah, GROWTH SPURT. That would sure do it. What a relief you figured it out, and a remedy for it.

The baby sitter enjoyed being Max's "play date" and he was absolutely delightful company and not one bit of trouble -- just so he knows this, when he reads it for himself some day. Can't wait to do it again sometime.

The Bold Soul

P.S. and how ADORABLE do Max and Rowan look together? Let's say it together now: "Awwwwwwww!"

Michelle

Ahhh, Aimee, I *heart* your brother. And not in a naughty Mrs. Robinson way, either. I just think he looks like such a good soul, and I want a brother William of my own. And now that you tell us that he serenaded Max on the guitar...please can I trade you a sister who can fix computers for a brother who plays guitar?

jchapel

You hit it all on the head, Aimee! What incredible sentiments, all of which I share...My son is so big now...and SUCH a character. I can't imagine my life without him. Time really does, as they so often say, F-L-Y.

Alice

I just wanted to say that this is such a beautiful post -- I could learn so much from you! I'm in my 18th week of pregnancy now, and I try to listen to soothing music more often, but I've had so many negative thoughts going on lately I'm having a hard time getting away from them! You are an inspiration to me, Aimée -- and I adore reading your posts about Max and how much he has grown and changed. Thank you for sharing with us.

P.S. - I also love your new green color theme! This color green is one of my favorites, and it works so well on your blog.

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