August 16, 2007

Starting Solids!

Hello everyone!
I hope you have had a wonderful week. We sure have! Leo had some very exciting things happen last weekend. The first exciting event was Leo rolling over for the first time! Yeah, Leo! He rolled on Friday from his tummy to his back. Rachell and Lucy were visiting at the time so they got to see his first roll, which was awesome. Jeremy and I have known it was going to happen very, very soon. We even have had the video camera out a couple of times because he was soooooo close!
Atta boy, Leo!

Here are a couple pictures of the day Leo rolled over. Now, he is jealous of his gi
rlfriend Lucy because she is crawling around! Soon, my son, soon!!!

Leo is also getting two teeth! His front, bottom teeth are coming in. They are so cute! They don't seem to be bothering him too much, which I am really thankful for. He has been drooling a lot more. We keep some teething rings in the refrigerator and he seems to really enjoy those. When his teeth come up more and I can get a picture of them, I will certainly post it here!

The third exciting thing Leo did this weekend was try "solid" food for the first time! We started him on rice cereal. He really didn't seem too interested, surprisingly.He doesn't really know exactly what to do with the spoon in his mouth! That is what practice is f
or, right? We are going to do the cereal for a couple of weeks and then move to some veggies. Oh boy, I bet he will enjoy those! It was so funny to watch him eat the cereal. He would just play with it in his mouth, then spit it all over his bib. Hilarious. We tried to capture some pictures so we can share the moment with you all.

So funny, I can't help but grin when I see these pictures.
What a joy Leo is.

Here are a couple gratuitous Chicago Bears pictures of my boys. Gotta love 'em, even if it's not the Peyton Manning jersey I would like to see. However, Leo doesn't seem to mind the Urlacher jersey!

Have a wonderful week!

Love, Jenny and Leo

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Thanks for sharing.

Love to All.

Aunt Dawn & Uncle Brette