Tuesday, July 13, 2010

making sleep arrangements

Apologies for the gratuitous Luc posts, he is my constant as of late. What I have discovered is that he has become quite an accessory. Just this morning, when I was attending to my hunger, I passed Luc off to Allan and said, "will you take this?" As if he were a basket of laundry or package. I've also found that our kitchen nook, piled with pillows, is remarkably handy when we are eating. I just plop him on one and it puts him to sleep.


*The Beautiful Life* said...

He is amazingly gorgeous. I have to tell you, as I opened my blog reader, it was HIS picture that just literally jumped out at me. You couldn't just scroll past it, giving it a passing glance. Oh no. Not sweet Luc. He is captivating even in photos alone.

It is going to be SO fun watching him grow up and blossom before our eyes here! Well, to the extent that you allow us to peer in. :)

Stay well and enjoy every single moment. They are fleeting, you know.


The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh, he is tooo cute, now, being a Mom with experience, I have to tell you when Luc is 5 or 6 years old he won't just stay where you put him, like pillows......It might happen even earlier!


The Four Tides said...

Thank you for the sweet comments. Yes, positioning sons on pillows are like creating a matchbox for a pet grasshopper. xoxo

Sue said...

He is such a beautiful baby boy. I LOVE the innocence of babies. My daughter just had a baby boy last week, my third grandchild. I sit and hold him and "wonder" what his life as to hold. Have to tell you, I fall SO in love with babies, they are so sweet and pure. Enjoy that little boy, he is very precious!

Take care, Sue

FrenchGardenHouse said...

no words are necessary. You could just post a few pictures of your little man once in awhile. He is just divine. Good job, Mom!

Diane said...

Congratulations, we just had our newest Grand-baby Baby Knox on June 24th what a sweet bundle of Joy! I bet you are in heaven with Luc. The Nursery is sweet I love the giraffes. Hugs, Miss. Diane

http://spindlecottage.blogspot.com/ said...

So darling!