Thursday, February 09, 2006

YAY!!! MORE PHOTOS!!!

This is me in my Bumbo seat! Mom gets soooo excited to see me in it because I look like such a big boy. As you can see, my head is still a bit wobbly but we have gotten the seal of approval from our PT to continue with it...just in short increments! YAY! We are working really, really hard on strengthening my neck...and we are definitely making progress!

Remember the show "Different Strokes?" Mom says I look like I'm saying, "What you talkin' bout Willis?" I have no idea what she's talking about, but she was laughing about it. :)
Seriously, could I be ANY cuter??? Mom was so excited to capture my charming grin on camera. I absolutely LOVE bathtime. Mom and I smile a lot together...and I splash her with all my kicking! SO MUCH FUN!!!
Just got back from my PT appointment...and I'm exhausted! And of course, Mom whips out the camera...again! But I must agree, I do look quite adorable!

6 comments:

Anara said...

Oh my, you just get more handsome ever day!!!! I love you're bumbo chair. I don't know how you're Mommy is ever able to put you down, she must want to hold you 24-7.
I'm glad you had a great visit with
all of you're friends at the hospital, I'm sure they were very happy to see you and see how much
you have grown. You and you're
Mommy have a wonderful weekend, I
hope you are about over your cold.
I Love you two, I send lots of Hugs and Kisses to you!!!
Anara XOXOXO

Drew said...

Great pictures! Max, you look like you're telling a funny joke in the picture of you in the bath. ;-) I can't get over what a big boy you are! Take care of your Momma, big fella.

Drew

Kirstin said...

Mr. Max - you are one good looking little man. I don't blame your mommy one bit for taking your picture! Make sure you give her a BIG hug from me and lots of kisses!
xoxox - Auntie Kirstin

Aiden said...

He's as cute as they can be. I'm happy for you that everythingis going good. I wish you all the luck.

Dylan (and Kristy) said...

Hi Amy,

What GREAT pictures! I love that he is getting some neck strength. How exciting to see his head up. Max, you are truly amazing.

Kristy

Rosie said...

Hi, Amy & Max:
I was so excited to come upon your blog! (Through an article in "About: Deafness") My son, Neal is 10 years old with CHARGE Syndrome. And, yes, I've been through and continue along that roller coaster you've described. If you're interested in contacting us, my email is rjnparrish@aol.com. Or you can check out our Web site at www.nealandjenny.com. I'd love to talk with you more! My thoughts and prayers are with you and Max. You sound like an incredible family, and he is a BEAUTIFUL boy!
Rosie & Neal