Monday, May 5, 2008

Warning: Gratuitous Messy Baby Photos Ahead

If you have a delicate constitution and are easily grossed out by babies covered in pasta sauce, you might want to move along. Moreover, if you're bored by lazy blog posts with nothing but shameless baby photos, you may want to join the others over there. Please accept my apologies. Perhaps tomorrow I will dazzle you with searing social commentary or insightful life lessons.


Or perhaps not.

14 comments:

Mike Golch said...

baby being baby.

Jennifer H said...

Yum. Your baby is adorable, and so happy!

dkuroiwa said...

beautiful baby...and what a smart mommy you were to cover the highchair in a towel...and what a good baby too as I could see no sauce on that lovely yellow towel!!
I'm a sucker for "gratuitous messy baby photos"!!! Keep 'em comin!

Mrs. G. said...

Eating pasta shirtless? Are you sure this kid isn't Italian? He needs a pinky ring.

A big slurpy smooch to Jimmy.

bluemountainsmary said...

In fact this is exactly what I needed to see!

MamaBird said...

Awwwww YES! I agree, this hits the spot. You are an amazing photographer. xo to you and your sweet-mouthed little guy.

Nancy said...

Aw...too much. Great photos, truly.
LOVE the spoon...looks like it actually COULD work if ole J-Bird put some thought into it. Most of the toddler spoons we own don't pick up crap. It could be my kids though...hmmm.

Optimist said...

These beat the snot out of searing social commentary!

xoxo

Lisa Milton said...

What a happy little guy. I'm surprised you find time/desire to talk about anything searing at all, with those cheeks around.

I AM VERY MARY said...

Who needs life lessons when there are baby-pasta-face photos to be shown? Geesh woman, forget priorities, just show us the babies!

MsPrufrock said...

Aww...what wonderful photos, so cute! Could he possibly talk mine into eating pasta like that again? Eating pasta like a good little kid is so passe to toddlers you know.

Ophelia Rising said...

Man, there is NOTHING like a good old sloppy dinner to put a smile on my face! Eating food that way is the ultimate in unaldulterated joy.

(And judging by the look on his face, it must have been delicious!)

Claire B. said...

The cuteness of it all is just too much.

LIghtKeeper said...

I don't know how you get anything done with that precious cutie around. All I'd ever want to do is play baby-mommie games. Beautiful!