Thursday, September 10, 2009

You guys never got to see this...

Here is video of Isaac taking his very first steps at my friend Natasha's house on Cince de Mayo 2008. Compared to the warp speed at which he travels these days, it's funny to see him so wobbly and uncertain.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Home, sweet home

Um, so, you guys... I bought a house. Most of you know that already.

It is a totally awesome house and when finally unpack everything and get some new furniture, I'll post some photos. Or you can just come over and see it.

Here are some videos of Isaac exploring the new pad. Sorry for the poor quality. I don't actually have a video camera; I took these on my Kodak.

Look at what I can do!

Hi, everyone, this is Isaac. I got tired of my mom never posting any of the cool things I do and say on this blog or showing you guys any of my adorable photos, so I've decided to take matters into my own hands and do it myself.

Yes, I know I have perfect grammar and am very adept at spelling. Thank you for noticing. I'm not a bad typist either.

Anyway, I just wanted to show you guys my cool new slide. My friend Sam has one, and he taught me all about how totally awesome it is.

First, you climb up the steps. (Sorry this picture is so blurry. My mother is obviously as terrible at taking photos as she is at posting on this blog.)

Then, you sit at the top of the slide and make sure everyone sees how cute you are before you push yourself off.

Wheeeeeeeeeee! Sliding is great!

Know what else is great? This awesome hat.

Peace out homies,

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Animal Sounds

I know I haven't posted anything in forever. Isaac being not only mobile but also moving at turbo speed most of the time and getting into absolutely everything has left me with little time to blog. On one hand, I sort of feel like I'm just enjoying the time we have together, rather than trying to record everything, but, on the other hand, I know that there are things he's doing now that I don't want to forget, that I won't remember unless I write them down.

Here's one. A game Isaac likes to play with his mom and grandparents.

Mom: What sound does a dog make?
Isaac: Woof.
Mom: What sound does a tiger make?
Isaac: Grrr.
Mom: What sound does Isaac make?

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