Tuesday, November 11, 2014
The light of our lives
I have always been a picture taking fool when it comes to the babies in my care. Really, I could just watch them for hours. They are so amorphous at this age, changing right before your eyes. Look at those hands!
Unfortunately, Charlie is already expecting to see his own face when I point my cell phone at him. The "Selfie" mode works wonders when he fusses.
You can see by his expression below, that he is wondering where the damn baby went!
I get pretty much the same expression when I read aloud to him.
We are working our way through "Gone Girl" right now.
Repercussions? Who knows.
These are dark days if I dwell in the past. Charlie helps keep me in the here and now.
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