March in Missouri Part 2

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Philip has arrived! ... and weighs exactly the same as William

First time picture holding his new son

She doesn't look like she just had a baby does she?

Of course we all wanted a picture with him

Who wouldn't want to hold such a darling?

I don't think we picked the right size hat

William's first greeting

Behold...Philip Huntington
Taking a picture of the baby in the basket may become a tradition. If you remember William's picture

The brain doctor meets his new grandson. INFP? ENFJ? ENTP? ISTJ? Still a bit early to tell.

Admiration from cousins and Aunt Danielle

Such a natural

"Do you want to give Philip a kiss, William?" "Please"

These two are going to be good pals when they're older

 William slipped on the bad and hit his head against Philip. Philip started crying which scared William and made him cry. After that he was a lot more careful around Philip.

A slightly hammed up picture of the task master and his hired help

The reality: A hard working father son team.

I couldn't decide which was more cute.

First visitors

"Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD,
         The fruit of the womb is a reward.
 Like arrows in the hand of a warrior,
         So are the children of one’s youth."

Sporting his new training pants. It makes me think of swimwear from the 20's

At Philips first check up, William loved testing the stethoscope... over and over and over

One of the most relaxed kids ever!

Learning the four seasons

Trying to figure out their puzzle of a patio table, "Should this tile go in this place or the square to the right?"


The next morning we woke up to hail... it didn't last long.

Whenever William would hear Philip make a noise he would climb up the steps peer in and say, "baby"


because I know you wanted to see more

William was feeling a little under the weather so Mom did a raindrop therapy on him. He loved it.


A new trend

The steps up to the bed doubling as Williams desk.

Hey fans! How's it going?

The little sucker ;-)

Bananagrams, squash pie, and sweet fellowship = a delightful way to spend the evening

This was too cute not to post


Cochran Family said...

Oh!!! Loved the pictures!!! Great post!!! :)

Simply me said...

such sweet pictures!! as always thanks for sharing! ;)