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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. - Mark Twain
Coloring
06/08/2011

Joshua got some crayons for his first birthday. He is coloring for the first time with Dad. It was about 10 seconds before he started eating the crayons.

Dad, can I have some?
06/06/2011

Please!!!

Snack, please!
06/05/2011

Joshua is helping himself to a snack. He was very proud of himself because he was able to hold the bag, reach in and help himself. He must have felt like such a big boy.

Dad's dirty t-shirt
06/05/2011

Joshua pulled Mike's shirt off the settee (couch) and tried to put it on. Mike helped him out. Joshua was very excited to have Dad's t-shirt on. He was jumping up and down, flapping his arms and making monkey noices.

06/06/2011 | tricia
is that what mike does when he has that shirt on???
06/07/2011 | Gigi
Either Joshua loves his daddy or.. he just realized he never has clothes on! hahaha
06/07/2011 | Joanie
Nice one Tricia!!Miss you guys. when do you plan on being home? Josh has gotten so big. .. mike is starting to look like Tom Hanks in Castaway. ; )
Snorkeling?
06/05/2011

Mike is helping Joshua put on a mask and snorkel. Josh is ready for to go diving.

06/07/2011 | GIGI
Joshua looks like a natural! "Good job Joshua!"
Give him hugs and kisses from me. Love, Gigi
Mom's dirty t-shirt
06/05/2011

Joshua needed a little help staying asleep. Every time I tried to put him down he woke up. He was clinging to my t-shirt, I could not get him to let go. So I gave it to him, and then he took a nice long nap.

06/06/2011 | tricia
Great idea, maybe ill give that a try since my little one doesnt want to nap either!
06/07/2011 | Gigi
Like I said..."he knew he was naked". Hahaha

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