Posted by: firstfruitsfarmne | March 16, 2008

Prince Caleb

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I’ve heard sympathetic comments regarding Caleb’s misfortune in being the only little boy in the house. I don’t think he sees it as a disadvantage yet.
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Never has there been a more doted on guy. We never hear him cry because he is constantly toted around and entertained. This week alone he has played the starring role in their Bible skits. He was very convincing as baby Jesus and Moses, though he did crawl out of his basket a time or two.
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I frequently hear, “Mommy, can you please bring Caleb up to our room to play?” I suppose a real live baby beats a doll any day. I have found him swaddled like a newborn and smiling blissfully, under a tent of blankets sucking his fist contentedly, and even playing the part of an Indian prince with no shirt on. Yep, poor guy.
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Responses

  1. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, we MISS YOU GUYS!!!

    i am glad we can keep up with you thru your blog.
    Coie, Ryann Emmiko and Bo all say hi!
    love, jen

  2. Kate was clearly not on her game.

  3. I just found your blog today through Tammy’s Recipes…this post made me laugh! We just had a little boy and have three daughters, ages 7, almost 4 and 19 months, so he’s in the same boat! I was wondering your children’s ages?

  4. Hi Cathy!
    Thanks for stopping by! Our girls are 9,7,5,2, and our little guy is almost 8 months old. Congrats on your new little boy!
    Kim

  5. hooray!

    lydia


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