Perry loves this jumper. He clicks his heels together and bounces with one pointed foot behind him, it looks like he's doing a jig. He'll stop and smile, then get going crazy again.
His 3 random long hairs.
Scott played Zelda one day and took all the vases to the pool, so Link could have toys in his bath.
Perry started sticking his tongue out.
The drooling continues
He likes to grab at his toys
Jonah naps when he doesn't sleep well at night, typically by falling asleep wherever he is at the moment.
Now that Perry's a little sturdier, he loves Jonah snuggles. It still makes me a little nervous, but they both seem happy.
I was picking boots for family pictures and Perry was helping.
Scott feeding his babies breakfast.
Playing at the water feature park on Lulu's birthday
At Carrie's wedding. Jonah and Scott kept looking for the princess and were excited to find her.
Our friend Gina getting some Perry time.
These are out of order, but earlier that day we went to San Francisco for family pictures. I'm really excited to get the images.
After pictures, we shared a sundae. Jonah fell asleep driving over, but even without his help I think it's our last time having just one as a family. Especially if Perry thinks he gets some.
At Perry's 4 month appointment, his doctor said he could start having baby cereal or oatmeal if he showed an interest in our food. I said he hadn't yet. He must have heard and took it to heart, because the next two weeks every meal looked like this.
We saw a baby opossum crossing the street. Much cuter when they're tiny! Although still dumb. I was afraid I was going to run him over.
All ready for the park!
Watching Toy Story together.
We went to John's work one day because NASA was hosting some event that included lunch. It wasn't clear if families were included, but I figured we'd go to their cafeteria if we were the only ones who came.
There weren't very many kids, but they definitely planned on children being there. They passed out things for kids at the booths, like firemen hats, candy, and pencils.
Sparky could hear and respond via a nearby fireman, so he was talking to Scott and Jonah.
This Girl Scouts robotics team had the boys mesmerized.
Perry all ready to go to Moffett.
While Cory and James were in town, we put all the kids in the nursery. Some nights we had to separate one in our bed until they fell asleep, then add Perry to the crib once the other two were out, but it worked.
They loved using sleeping bags and being in the same room together. Scott told Perry when he's big he can share their room. There may be bunk beds in their future, because there's no way a 3rd bed would fit!