He looks like a Cabbage Patch doll. And see that sparkly little Band-Aid on his gloriously fat thigh? A couple weeks ago this little trooper got his 4-month shots and was so brave. Then he let me do that goofy thing with his shirt that I love.
|I LOVE my dad!!!!!!|
Graham loves his dad. He is happiest when he wakes up in the mornings and when Dad comes home from work. I love watching them laugh together.
Look at the breakfast Graham helped me make for Father’s Day. Graham was responsible for the hash browns, and he cultivated the strawberries in our garden.
Graham loves to read. He will totally hold the book with me and even turns the pages! This is not a lie! (Like that part about the hash browns and strawberries-that was a lie.)
Is he starting to look like me at all yet?
He was good for the babysitter while Nathan and I ran a mud run! For Father’s Day I got this for Nathan. Apparently it’s been a dream of his for years. The course was a mudified BMX track.
|Complimentary buffet in the executive suite? Hollah!|
Graham’s first baseball game! We got sweet suite tickets to an Astros game from Exxon. We lost, but Graham was the champion of the night, charming the other interns even after his bedtime had long past.
|Rockin' the 'stocks|
Look at this cute church outfit! His feet were too fat for the sandals to last longer than sacrament meeting, but it was adorable while it lasted.
AHHH! CUTENESS. Graham allowed his father (yes, Nathan was the genius behind the Americana outfit) to dress him festively for the 4th of July.
|Graham and his bodyguard, to keep the paparazzi away|
Graham is smart and protects his skin from harmful UV rays. I have never seen anyone rock a bucket hat like that, either.
|Nom nom nom.|
I love my little Graham. His hair is feather-soft and he has little seashell ears. I love how he sticks his tongue out when he coughs and spreads his arms like a little eagle when I come to pick him up. He is such a sweet little guy, and I love spending my days with him.