Monday, March 17, 2008

Lucky in love

Little Elvis love, love, loves his daddy. In fact, his first word was "dada." Sure, he also calls the guitars "dada," but Bob plays the guitar. It makes sense to me.

Little Elvis cries everytime Bob goes to work, and beams whenever his daddy gets home. He also LOVES playing with his daddy. (Daddy's a lot more fun than Mommy.)

Little Elvis also loves going over to the guitars whenever Bob is home, saying "dada?" and getting Bob to get the guitars down. (Mommy just holds him up to the guitars, she doesn't pull them down for him.) At the moment, our budding musician seems to prefer the 12-string.

And of course, Bob adores his boy. Little Elvis is teething again, and Bob has been getting up with me every night -- no complaints -- to help out.

I thought I'd include some fun Daddy/Little Elvis shots from recent trips.

Here Little Elvis is showing Bob a leaf that he picked up at the park. I think it looks like he's telling Bob all about that leaf.
Wow does Little Elvis love to pick up things off the ground!

In fact, he picked up a pine cone while we were hiking this weekend.

The weather was beautiful, but our main reason for this trip was to try out our baby backpack thing.

Bob said it was pretty comfy.

Little Elvis seemed pretty pleased with it as well.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

How sweet. Good Daddies are the best!

9:52 PM  
Blogger shay said...

aw there's just something about daddies and their boys....

Of course daddies are more fun...silly! They don't have to think about cleaning stuff up or making food! lol

10:33 PM  
Blogger MIP said...

Aww, so sweet. I always imagine the conversation our mister is having when he's babbling and showing us an object. Nice to know I'm not the only one.

11:27 PM  
Blogger mpotter said...

don't i know that daddy is more fun than mommy! s'been that way w/ the "kittens" and i have NO doubt it'll be that way w/ littlebean.

funny you should write about dad. i'm a little behind in reading my blogs.... it was all i could do to post on my own. (and it was about dad).
ha!!! great minds.....

9:56 AM  

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