July 30, 2009

Pimpin' ain't easy.

Today Charlie and I loaded up and drove out to Tiff's house to hang with her and her five-month-old twin girls, Cambria and Kaylin. Tiff was nice enough to make me a chicken burrito that I ate about two bites of because my appetite is still that screwed from being cut open almost two months ago. She and I got to discuss lots of mom stuff, which was totally awesome and much needed on my end. And Charlie was able to fulfill every man's fantasy: being in the middle of two sisters in bed.

**cue hot porn music**



Kaylin decided to eat Charlie's hand. And I don't blame her: I've snacked on his fingers a time or two myself.



Charlie bopped Cambria in the nose! He is so grounded.



Baby legs! Almost as tasty as baby fingers!



Later, in a gesture of great diplomacy, Kaylin offered Charlie a spot on her chair. What a gal!



I'd say Charlie's first play date was a rousing success. Thanks, TIff!

10 comments:

Tiff said...

I'm a big ol' softy and I got totally teary eyed looking at these pics. I had a wonderful time with you and love that we can just be so casual and talk about everything together. Your pretty awesome friend. Thanks for coming over. Can't wait for the next play date! Sing a song to my C Man for me! He likes Twinkle Twinkle and hates Rock a Bye and Goodnight, just FYI ;-)

thebookmill said...

OMG that last picture is hilarious!

Angie Eats Peace said...

Very cute pictures! Lucky guy!

Erika said...

That's right....start him off early....

when he gets around 3 or so you can get one of those big hooptie cars and he can ride around in the yard with it....:D

alejna said...

Too cute!

phairhead said...

mmmm baby fingers!

Crazy Daisy said...

so cute!

Mrs Salonga said...

I just happened across your blog and I ended up getting engrossed in the wild ride you took for your son to be here.

I am a FTM due in November and I must say, reading your birth story has been the most REAL thing I have read regarding birth. I have this vision that my daughters birth is going to be a tip-toe thru the tulips but in the back of my mind I am SCARED TO DEATH. I am scared that it is going to be one round of intervention to the next and I will get a c-section.
Reading your story has opened my eyes. You are incredibly strong.
Thank you for sharing.

inflammatory writ said...

He is so so adorable.

amber said...

Too funny!