Could this be any more pathetic?
Yes, that is the George Foreman. We make do.
And for good measure, a photo of our back porch and backyard...yikes!
We took advantage of some unseasonably warm weather to break out Frankie's sailor suit and kneesocks. Someone asked me if this was "cruel and unusual." Someone else asked what boat he sails on - the S.S. Neversail? Oh, the things that we can inflict upon our children when they are unable to fight back! But you must admit, this kid looks disgustingly adorable.
And now, for some flying.
We went westward for Christmas and found ourselves at the family farm. Following are a few of the photos of our misadventures, in no particular order.
Isn't he just the cutest? (Name that movie quote.)
Frankie and Bridget wish everyone a happy new year. Now go hit the gym or something.
I had a four-day layover on my way back to the East Coast. Thus, Frankie got to meet all of his aunts and uncles during our trip on both sides of the family. These photos are from my family's Christmas get-together last week.
My parents and my brothers and sisters. I'm in there, too.
Frankie with two of his cousins. What is it with female cousins between the age of four and nine absolutely fawning over every baby cousin in sight? Frankie is already quite the ladykiller.
Frankie with his aunt Tonia.