Monday, December 25, 2006

More Christmas Day pics...

Ok, I'm just slightly addicted to taking photos of my boy, in fact, I think it's fair to say there are now more photos per month of age for Bryn than there ever were for Erik, and well poor little Luey missed out entirely despite being a particularly sweet little golden haired cherub (it was just that we didn't have a decent camera for much of his babyhood)... So here are more (boring to you possibly but gorgeous to me) pics of the Bryn boy...

This photo would strike horror into the heart of one of my closest friends who won't let her somewhat older children watch The Simpsons because she feels they're psychologically harmful to children. I think Bryn's biggest "thing" here was actually sitting in "mum's chair", rather than watching The Simpsons per se. He loves to scramble into *my* chair whenever I get up to do something, and then sits there with a huge Cheshire Cat grin on his face when I come back...

Lately I've been thinking of getting Bryn's hair cut. Then I see a photo like this and think there is just no way I can do it. His hair is so beautiful and delicate, do I REALLY care that people think I'm trying to turn him into the girl I don't have???

And one from Bryn's Christmas bath, I love the "movement" in the splash with the droplets shooting up and outward... Also the curl on his crown was cute... I was standing a metre away and he STILL managed to splash my camera, eek!!!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG! Sif I seriously LOVE that shot of Bryn in the sink! It looks like it's straight out of a 70s photo album, it is gorgeous.

Hope you're feeling better with the nausea, blergh, I'm the same with no vomiting during pg. In fact I think most of my vomiting has been self induced! Silly, silly alcohol.

Looks like you guys all had a ball. And yay on the under 70kgs!

Cheers, Cass

Anonymous said...

While he is always gorgeous, that black and white photo is something else! You should enter it in a competition somewhere!! Totally needs to go in a frame on the wall.

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