29 January 2009

Will -- 28 January 2009





This post is for those of you who are interested in seeing how Will is growing...

15 comments:

schmerly said...

Great pix Rob he sure is growing quick, I love the gummy smile.

GJ said...

And a full head of hair!!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, he sure is growing quickly!

Adil

Rob Baiton said...

Schmerly...

Thanks!

GJ...

The shave did not happen.

Adil...

He certainly is. Scary really!

rima fauzi said...

great smile on mini you there!

therry said...

Wow, that's a mini Robbie right there!!!!

ootyresort said...

splendid!! so cute and a perfect photo... tonnes of kisses.

Rob Baiton said...

OOtyresort...

Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment.

Rob Baiton said...

Rima + Therry...

Thanks! A mini me :D

Somewhat scary really!

tikno said...

I'm glad that you share these photos. Smile for you. May God bless to your family there.

Elyani said...

such a cutieeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ....look at those eyes...I hope you don't get him into tattoo too soon :) great portraits Rob!

schmerly said...

Rob...
When my wife looked at your pix of little Will she said, I want one, so here we go, anything to keep up with the neighbours!!

Spose' I should thank you really for putting ideas in her head??

Rob Baiton said...

Tikno...

Thanks. Some people have said that it is not a good idea to share too much personal info, including photos, on a blog.

I, on the other hand, think that is a great way to share and spread the happiness around.

There is nothing in my blog that I would not defend on its merits, in terms of my commentary and opinion. There is also nothing wrong with sharing photos of those people and moments that mean most to you!

Thanks for the good wishes.

Rob Baiton said...

Elyani...

Thanks! Nah, no plans for any tattoos at this stage. Although, his mum is a bit partial to an "I Love Mum" design.

Schmerly...

I guess thanks are in order only if you are wanting a little one too.

But, glad to have been of service in planting the idea for a baby. I would normally say planting the seed, but that seems so wrong on so many levels :D

Keeping up with the neighbors...arghhhhhh!

tikno said...

I think sometime readers also interested to know a little about blog author life. That is a great way to build good sentiment between readers and authors.