Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Busy Boy!

Evan is changing and doing new things daily. He not only crawls but walks around the furniture and behind his scooter. He can almost stand by himself. He does it for about a minute then realizes he is, and sits down.
He waves hi and bye-bye. Climbs the stairs. As of yesterday claps his hands. Repeats sounds we make. Says WOW WOW WOW quite a bit of his day.
He got to play in the snow and he went in face first and never cried. He loved it!. This kid is a dancing machine! He dances to every tune, even his own "songs".


Playing in the snow for the first time. He loved it!!

He kept trying to stand up under the excersaucer and come out the leg holes. Wasn't quite working for him.

He spends a lot of time in a day banging on Jame's bedroom door. He sure loves his brother!.

He plays in the cupboard with the plastics. Sometimes he gets stuck. He was in this picture. Mean mommy took a picture first before helping him figure out how to get out.

He is Daddy's helper. Or at least he thinks he's helping.

6 comments:

Angie said...

I still can't believe how big he is. I'm sure he's outgrown Wyatt by now. My mom and I both think he looks just like Uncle Chris! Hopefully we can see you guys over the holidays is you're in town!

Kara said...

What fun pictures! LOVE the one of him out in the snow! That must be the new suit from your mom. :)

Kelly Glupker said...

He sure is a cutie!

Chris said...

Those pictures crack me up!! :) I miss him already. He was so fun to play with, as he was climbing all over me. Hopefully I will see you before Christmas.

Laurie said...

LOVE him in the snow, so cute.

Phil Luter said...

We miss him too. He sure is easy to get attached to. Maybe this is what all grandparents think, but I just think he is the smartest and most entertaining kid of his age that I have ever seen. We are looking forward to coming down to babysit him. Isn't it great to have that love between him and his brother and sister? Do everything you can to keep that going. There will inevitably be rivalry in the future.