Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Now you see it...

...now you don't!

Bye bye accessory tragus (that Frankenstein bump inherited from my great grandfather)

Happy Halloween!

I must like being a sushi hand roll for Halloween, because look at my big smile!

Friday, October 27, 2006

Two month appointment

At my two month appointment, I measured 22 1/2 long (48th percentile), 11 pounds 3 ounces (49th percentile). The doctor confirmed that I was advanced with strong hips if I was rolling over, because it wasn't my 37.8 cm head (6th percentile) that was doing it! Small infant heads are a Chen trait I guess.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

I'm that quiet

Today my Mom put me (in my car seat) on the ground while talking to a contractor, then she got into the car and drove away!!!! She forgot me in the garage! She was horrified when, halfway down the block, she looked into the rear view mirror and saw an empty Graco base! When she returned and opened the garage door, I was still sitting there quietly, admiring my Dad's car, enjoying the day.

I know that I'm so quiet that she keeps forgetting that she has a second kid, but sheesh!

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

My first beach vacation

I went on my first airplane ride for my first international trip and beach vacation! OK, I didn't do anything different in Mexico from what I usually do at home: eat, poop, sleep and wake up every 2-3 hours. But I did them in a very picturesque setting!

Many passengers and my parents noted how exceptionally well I did on the plane. I slept practically the entire time on both flights!

Check out my big bed!

See more pictures from the trip here.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

I rolled over!

...from my belly to my back! Am I advanced, or do I just have a really heavy head?

Saturday, October 07, 2006

This lady is sure ga ga over me

I think she's pretty OK too.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

My Red Egg & Ginger party

I turned one month old, so my Grandmas helped organize a great Red Egg and Ginger dinner party to celebrate!

I told my sister to smile but that's generally her expression when there is anyone other than my parents and me around.

See more pictures from the dinner here.