Project 365: Week 40

by Wendy Copley on October 19, 2009

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October 1, 2009: Brotherly love? This is so typical of the boys’ relationship right now. Wyatt giving Augie a big hug and Augie trying to get the heck away. Wyatt really does mean well, it’s just that his hugs are a little…er…exuberant. I frequently find myself saying, “Tone it down a little, buddy. Nobody should cry when you hug them.”

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October 2, 2009: This was the day my boy turned five. FIVE! I remember the day he was born like it was yesterday. Next thing I know, he’ll be thirty or something. One of his gifts from  his dad and I was this kid-sized guitar. His daddy is hoping to get him started with some lessons in the next few months.

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October 3, 2009: Parachute play at Wyatt’s birthday party. If you’re ever looking for someone to rock a parachute, Dale at the Albany Y is your gal. Even I had fun doing the parachute.

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October 4, 2009: These bath towels belong to Zach and me. Can you guess who’s is which?

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October 5, 2009: Wyatt had a play date at the park with his best buddy from preschool. He misses him.

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October 6, 2009: Since Augie learned to climb up on the couch that’s the only place he wants to hang out.

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October 7, 2009: Augie has insisted on feeding himself  for several months now and because of that, his meals take between an hour and an hour and a half. When you multiply that by 3 meals a day, sometimes it seems like he spends half his waking hours in his high chair.

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  • they are just the cutest kiddos-great pics! can't wait to hear how guitar lessons will go- thinking of starting some music lessons soon too (my girl just turned 5 in sept). you really have your hands full now that Augie can climb up on things-glad he's loving mostly the couch! LOL!

  • Melibee

    oh Lordy, that last picture of Augie is just gorgeous!! Those eyes. Love.

  • I found your wonderful blog via Sew Mama Sew. Love the bentos you make! I always enjoyed making fun faces out of my children's food. They're teens now. Your boys are adorable! Have fun!

  • ChrissyB

    What a wonderful idea! Just found your blog and I'm going to borrow this idea for 2010! Thanks so much! I may do it at work, too and post photos for our employees. LOVE IT!

  • ChrissyB

    What a wonderful idea! Just found your blog and I'm going to borrow this idea for 2010! Thanks so much! I may do it at work, too and post photos for our employees. LOVE IT!

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