Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Four Months Old






Dorian and I were talking the other day about all the fun things he gets to learn in this life, and we started listing some of the things he has already learned how to do:


• roll from his tummy to his back
• roll from his back to his...side...
• get his thumb in his mouth
• make lots of good talking sounds
• follow mom with his eyes, wherever she is in the room
• smile and laugh
• fall asleep by himself (more on that in my next post)
• scoot around in his crib and on the floor
• play quietly by himself in his crib and on the floor
• pull himself to a sitting and standing position when we hold onto his hands
• reach his arms toward stuff...and occasionally grab it
• get daddy to stop whatever he is doing and come play
Who could resist that smile?

8 comments:

Ashley said...

That is a dang cute picture of Russell and Dorian. Dorian is such a cute little guy!

Amy F said...

Dorian is such a doll....he just makes you smile when you see him.

I think you've just entered one of the funnest (and a favorite of mine) stages of babyhood - When their personalities start to really come out, but they can't yet tear your house apart.

Marie said...

I bet you understand everything the little cutie says. ;)

Kelley said...

Soooo cute. Bonnie, he's a doll. Quite a list of accomplishments, too. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy 4 months sweet Dorian!!! You are growing so quickly and you are amazing!!! Look at how much you've done in 4 months!!! I love the pics!
I Love you all, Grandma J!!!

Jenny said...

Wow, look at Dorian go, they grow so fast don't they. Very impressive that he is rolling over already. My baby can't do tummy to back yet. So cute, love the picture.

p.s. sorry we failed this month on visiting teaching, we should for sure plan to do it early next month before Thanksgiving hits.

Becky said...

Oh my! He is so stinkin' adorable! How can you even stand it?!! :) Thanks for the reminder that this is really worth it!

Buzz Carter said...

Whose smile are we supposed to consider resisting, Russell's or Dorian's?