Saturday, October 15, 2011

Whom Cameron Takes After

Don't you just love dangling prepositions? Anyway...
People who've seen Cameron say that he looks like his Ate. I seem to be capable of making only one kind of baby: THE BEAUTIFUL KIND, hee

Marguerite, about a month old                                    Cameron, a newborn

Too bad I can't find a picture of Cameron doing that exact Angelina Jolie mouth purse. And, yes, I have to admit I frequently call him Midge. I suppose that's normal.

6 comments:

Maya said...

I don't know if it's actually normal, too, but I tend to call my daughters (not all of them at the same time, but it happens to each of them, though) using my other daughters' name, and I've got three, so for me to be able to call one, sometimes I get to call out all three names before I'd be able to say the name of the specific daughter I need to talk to. Sheesh, mommy brain! We usually end up laughing about it, so I guess it's all good to look at the positive side.

spinninglovelydays said...

We used to laugh at my grandmother when she'd do a roll call of her grandchildren (plus some children, both males and females) before she'd get the right name, lol... Are you blogging, Maya? I'll follow you if you are. If not, I hope you would consider it. I'd love to know more about your homeschool life. :)

Sharkbytes said...

I'm not very good at telling very small babies apart. They look clean and happy... what more can I say.

I think they look like... babies... I've only ever seen a couple that seemed different to me. (I know, I'm hopeless)

spinninglovelydays said...

They all have pretty much the same facial expressions. My mom was saying how Cameron looks like a friend's baby and my cousin's baby and I said they don't really have similar features, but they make the same faces, lol

Maya said...

aww, thank you, Ivy, for your interest to follow me. I've been wanting to have my own, but sadly, I just can't seem to jump start my blog. I'm getting cold feet, just thinking of all the personal issues I have about it, like I'd be somehow pressured to keep writing, which I don't think, really is my cup of tea; some more about security issues; and being somewhat a kept person when it comes to sharing my life with people I don't really know, though I don't feel that much when it comes to sharing my kids' homeschool stuff coz I do a lot of it on FB, but since we're more of the unschooling family, I guess I'd have a hard time separating my homeschool blog from blogging about our lives; not to mention, my fear of adding more plates on my hand than I can handle. Sheesh, come to think of it, that can be the topic of my first blog, haha! Or maybe I can start with a photo blog, and have it set to private first (if there's such a thing?), then when I have the guts to make it public, FB's just around the corner to help me publicize it. :D

The bottomline is, you've inspired me to think about it some more, and I thank you for that.
Sorry, this has gotten quite long. I got carried away, hehe...

spinninglovelydays said...

I can understand your concerns. Let me know if you do decide to create one. :)