jetsetgreen

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

A Story in Three Acts

Baby Neck:





Fin.

12 comments:

wendysue said...

what a perfect little place to stick some lips and munch just a little bit. . .followed by some good baby belly laughs!!

~j. said...

Awwww...my baby doesn't have one of those.

AzĂșcar said...

Usually you can't see his neck very well. My friend Scott was like, "Huh, he's skinny." No, I just took enough pictures until I could get him to extend his head just a little--catching that impossibly tiny neck with a great big noggin.

Mmmm, tasty baby neck.

Emily said...

That is the yummiest story I think I've ever read (except for maybe the one about my baby's neck.)

Tiffany said...

Tortugito.

Es correcto?

Emmie said...

Delicious!

Lucky Red Hen said...

Kinda creepy (in a good way). Like in a he-could-win-a-contest-for-the-only-baby-in-the-world-with-a-visible-neck sort of way.

The Scooter Lounge said...

I think some quotes from "So I married an axe murderer" would be appropriate. In a nice way.

I have a theory that babies learn to walk using their heads as ballast. In much the same way a Segway moves to avoid tipping over, babies' bobbleheads throw them off balance and they learn to move their little legs to stay underneath their noggins.

Queen Scarlett said...

STOP! You're making me consider trying for a boy after Melia is older. I want to give your little guy a zerbert...(is that how Cosby spells it?)

Melia fully uses her head to help her stand. She doesn't mind smooshing her face to get up. Cracks me up.

b. said...

"He's growing nicely......"


You tired of hearing that from me?

Well, he is. And he's cute.

Rachel said...

wow. what a total smudge baby. love him!

Nemesis said...

I really do want to eat that baby neck. Is that wrong?