I'm trying to watch Go Diego, Go, Cooper. Love me during the commercials. We went to the Fye's house to play. Well, actually, to battle. This is our awesome fort. We defended it against all girls. Quincy is the center of attention, the main attraction. We love Quincy! Garret is doing some Irish Step Dancing.
Watch where you step, because Quincy is probably underfoot! He is investigating every nook and cranny, pulling himself up on things, crumpling newspapers, and putting things in his mouth. He is so cute I can hardly stand it! He loves to hug, but his favorite thing is open-mouth kissing. He is smiley and talkative, and a delight to have around! Everybody loves Quincy!
Today Cooper and Garrett starred in their Thanksgiving play at school. They were GREAT! They knew all the songs, and they had that star quality that all the Pratts have. Garrett was one of the turkeys who went on strike, so Thanksgiving was going to be cancelled. Here Cooper wouldn't stay still for the picture, so Garret is man-handling him. Garrett was the star of the turkeys. He had a special part where he ran on stage and stole a football from a big kid. Cooper was a squash. The squashes apparently want more glory when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner. Cooper was the cute chunky little squash with the big head. The whole school was involved, and it was a great production. Everyone did such a good job, and the kids were adorable!
Oh boy things are changeing!!! Quincy went on vacation for a couple of weeks, and when he came back, WOW! He has changed so much! Gone are the days of just sitting there, chilling. Gone are the days of silent reflection.
Quincy is a little man who is on the go, who knows what he wants! His little personality is emerging, and he is going to give his brothers a run for their money. He gets so mad when I put him in his carseat! He gets so mad if I put him down for a nap (this lasts for 2 minutes, then he falls dead asleep). If he sees something that he wants to pick up, he will concentrate so hard and work till he gets it (i.e. papers, toys, dust balls). He loves our dog, and he will follow the dog around trying to get it.
The thing I love about Quincy is how he hugs you when you pick him up. He dives into you and grabs with both arms. It is the cutest thing.
Notice the ever-present drop of drool suspended from his chin.
Come here, I want to kiss you.
Staring contest. It's such hard work being a little boy!
The weather has gotten colder, and Quincy is dressing appropriately. How cute is he? Love the hat! This jumpy saucer is Quincy's favorite thing, and, I believe, the best invention ever. Quincy loves it! He jumps and swings and plays in it. Feeding Quincy is like feeding a bobble-head doll on a really bumpy road. His mouth is a moving target. Cooper and Garrett will climb anything--trees, fences, poles, etc. Garrett loves getting his picture taken. The leaves are falling. Unfortunately, they don't fall in a pile. We did that part. It makes for a soft landing when jumping off the swing. Garrett has no fear.