Monday, March 22, 2010

A Few of His Favorite Things

The Little Cowboy is getting better at walking. He always walks his best when he has a remote or a phone in his hand. The boy LOVES buttons.

This thing has LOTS of Buttons! And they make sound! Noble loves buttons and he LOVES music. Sometimes I could swear he is singing in the car to Annie's violin music CD. 


Noble loves his big sisters. Last night he was giving Annie a ride on the push toy. 

I don't have a photo of it yet but he has also learned to sign "more." I had been trying to teach him this for a few weeks. Then one day I was feeding him and he was getting fussy. So I showed his the signs again for More and All Done. He got really frustrated and balled his hands into fists and gritted his teeth and made all his little muscles get all tense with that look of frustration on his face. Then he looked straight at me and did the sign for "more" and said "MOE!" I got the message. Little guy loves food. 

5 comments:

Diana...aka...MeMe said...

So fun... Noble pushing the girls around~it's the cutest thing! We did the more and all done signs too! Cayden will still sign and say it at the same time. They are such little sponges aren't they?? Have a good day Stephanie!

Sue said...

He is such a cutie, as are all of your children.

=)

James and Sarah Narramore said...

So cute! That is awesome that he was able to tell you what he wanted. :) He is sure a cutie patootie and getting to be so big and handsome!

Anonymous said...

He is beautiful Stephanie. I can see Camile in his face too.

Love,

Jane

Kate said...

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