Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Wordless Wednesday

You know your baby is teething when...

even the drawer knobs aren't safe.


Beck said...

Ha! Cutie.
My drawer pulls ARE all gnawed up, too. Funny.

Anonymous said...

What a cutie! I love that you got it all on film (or digitally captured it - I guess that phrase will die out here pretty soon!)

My baby is starting to chew on everything too. I'm not sure it's teething or just some new obsession.


Homegrown Tribe said...

Anything is fair game at this age. :)

he's such a cutie!

Happy WW

Chrissy said...

Nothing like reaching for a dish towel and getting a hand full of slobber.

Anonymous said...


Erin Ward said...

haha! I laughed out loud. Such a cutie.

Julie Pippert said...


So cute!

And my kids liked metal too, for the coolness and toughness I think.

I kept trying and buying tons of teethers, but nope, they knew what they liked.

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Kellan said...

What a little cutie - adorable pictures. Have a good day, Kathryn. See you later. Kellan

Unknown said...

He's so darling, K. How can you deny him all the minerals & nutrients??

the dragonfly said...

That is too precious! And he sure is adorable. :)

Cynthia said...

Awww, what a cutie! It's amazing what they get into...

OHmommy said...

Are they made in China?

:) Just teasing, I love that you took a series of him. It paints a beautiful picture.

Brittany said...

ha ha ha! how cute!!! :)

girlymom said...

Get that boy a teething ring, Ha, like they ever chew on those! :)
I wanted to say thank you for the <3 award, I tried to post it on my site and ran into "blogger errors" Not sure what that means, but I intend to try again. Have a wonderful day!

Jen said...

Ooh I just want to smoosh him he is so cute!

Momisodes said...

aww! Those drawer pulls are cold and hard..just how they like'em! And those cheeks! So cute :)

Burgh Baby said...

Yummm . . . drawer pulls. Perhaps I should add some to some cookies.

Too cute!

Family Adventure said...

Ouch...poor baby! Hope they come in soon :)


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