Friday, July 10, 2009

Can't beat corn on the cob!

...especially for a little guy who is teething!



8 comments:

Carmen Goetschius 6:14 PM  

O MY GOSH!!! These are the cutest pictures. Shell, he is getting so big!! Thanks for your call the other day Shelly! Looking forward to talking to you soon.

The Mendes Family 7:21 PM  

These are the cutest pictures ever!

Andee (+ Kelly) 7:25 PM  

Love it!! Look at him go!

Paul, TiAnn, Kalispell, and Brinnley Finn 9:37 PM  

Cutest faces ever! Seriously.

Lori S O 7:15 AM  

I always love checking out your blog to see the kids. You are a great photographer - I love the corn on the cob --soooo cute

Hilary 9:55 AM  

OMG, so cute! What a great idea for a teether!

Mike & Bekah 11:13 PM  

Hey. Found you in Tabatha's blog! Hope you don't mind?! I just have to say I love this picture!! I took on of our little Cole just last week doing the same thing. He has had a tough time teething too and this was out solution as well! I love seeing the same tricks done by other moms!! Send me your email address so I can share our blog with you! Your family is so beautiful by the way. Miss you guys.

Mike & Bekah +4 11:32 PM  

i realised I forgot to leave my email address...I'm new here!!
rebekah@dormanteam.com

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