Wednesday, January 28, 2009

On the Move!

Karter is always on the go now. He absolutely can not sit still! As you could tell from the videos last week, he has started crawling. Well, his version of crawling anyway. He has definitely mastered his technique and has gotten very quick! He favorite targets are Rascal, Rascal's toys, any electrical cord and Rascal's food dish. We have had to put almost every thing that was once on the floor up higher. Poor Rasc, he doesn't get to eat or drink all day, because I had to move his dish so Karter wouldn't put his hands in it! My days are much busier now, and I seem to say "No" a lot more too. No matter how tucked away a cord is, he always seems the find it. It really is a lot of fun to watch him scoot around, and I don't think I'll ever have to polish the wood floors again!

This picture just makes me laugh! I was snapping some photos and he saw the strap hanging down and wanted to get it. Don't you just want to squeeze those cheeks!?

Now what about those thighs!? Karter saw this cord in his room last weekend while Kristoffer was changing him. He had to get it, and didn't have time to wait for pants!

He loves to upset his toy box too. I think it gets picked up about 20 times a day!

Chasing after a ball.

He loves to go under the tables, and some times those pesky legs jump out and hit him in the head!

He's got his sight locked on the computer cord.

He gets a toy (in this case a coaster) and chases it all around the living room/kitchen.

Rascal thought he was safe hiding under the table.

He soon realized, he isn't safe anywhere! Poor guy, just trying to sun bath and then the next thing he knows his beard is being tugged on!


Grandpa K and Grandma T said...

You made our day! That last photo is the CUTEST!!! What an ornery little guy he is!

And a real Minnesotan with those chapped little cheeks.

Thanks for making us smile! :)
Love you!

Kamaron said...

I like the Minnesota wild clothes he has on in one of those pics. It makes a pretty snug outfit on those bulky legs.