Lately Wyatt likes to put on Skeeter's collar (we call it his "jingle"). It's funny because I'll hear a jingling in the front room, and then Skeeter comes looking for me with this martyred expression on his face, like he's saying "Mom! Wyatt took my jingle again!"
I was a tornado-sleeper as a child. Apparently Wyatt is too- not only is he buried in stuffed animals, but the crib sheet is pulled off and all wadded into the corner.
Is he reciting Shakespeare to his macaroni and cheese?
Skeeter and Wyatt
He also really likes to play with the broom these days.
I was sorting out the 0-3 month things for Jana, and Wyatt found the pink Lovey we got for her (Wyatt has a blue one). He immediately started breaking it in for her- what a good big brother! Notice he's wearing Skeeter's collar again.
Mommy and Skeeter (and Jana, but she's a little harder to see...)
This just makes me laugh. What is that face?!?
I love the head-tilt dogs do when they hear a funny noise.
If it's even sort of round, it's a "ball."
Huh. I guess he was full.
Wyatt helping Daddy mow the lawn.
We went to the Gardens up on campus a couple of weeks ago and our friend Monica took a bunch of family pictures for us. Wyatt was not in a very good mood, but they still turned out really cute. Thanks, Monica!
Ha ha, Crabby Wyatt!
Wyatt, Mommy and Daddy
Wyatt was, of course, much happier running free.
Wyatt has Pyper eyes- he reminds of my brothers and Dad in this picture.
There's not much else new in AndersonLand. We are just hanging in there, counting the days until Jana comes! We hope you are all well and happy, and are very grateful to have the wonderful friends and family that we do. Lots of love and delicious spaghetti squash (mmm...I know what I'm having for dinner tonight)!