Monday, December 8, 2008

This and That

My son brought me this picture earlier today and said, "Look Mom, it's Larryboy's new arch enemy!" I thought it was pretty clever....

Any thoughts on what to name him? We were thinking something along the lines of The Trouble Corn only in spanish like Le Maiz Problema or something.

And on a completely different note...look who's 7 months old and finally sitting up on his own!


Monica said...

That hilarious! He even looks like and evil corn:)

Renata said...

I love it! What a great idea! Can't think of a name though!
It's hard to believe your baby is 7 months old. I remember starting to read your blog just before he was born!

Emily said...

I LOVE that picture. (both actually) Noah still looks so tiny, even sitting up like a big boy.

I have no cool name, but I like that he's thinking deep thoughts. Shows smarts.

Anonymous said...

Very clever!
Noah looks so cute sitting up like a big boy. Although he looks really tiny to me. My baby is 2 1/2. He looks so kissable too:)

ericksons said...

Very creative! I love the name.

Angie said...

What about cornielious? Such a cute picture!!! My Cory loves to draw pictures and is always giving them to us and everyone that comes over. He mails them to his grandparents all of the time too just so they get mail. :0) He's so sweet.

Anyway, wanted to say Thanks for stopping in at my blog. I appreciate the comment. :0)

Oh, that is so hard to believe that there were 5 birds in that vent!! UNREAL!! had to be in disblief.

I'll visit back soon. Hugs!


Kimmie said...


Would you pray for Little Beauty ...her paperwork is Dec. 12 (Friday) we want her to be paper perfect, so the Judge can stamp us (all) approved.

Then we can go get her.

thank you friend;
mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted

EEEEMommy said...

Love the drawing, love your little cutie sitting up all by himself!:)
His ears make me smile! :)

Anonymous said...

Good to find someone else who has just as many kids as us!

(I found your blog through a comment you left on someone else's).

In Christ, Laura